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Old 02-12-2005, 04:22 PM
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Another question(??)

Very windy day...early June..

Fish are right across from where the angler is standing....

What would be the best cast (spey) ?

I would be tempted to throw in a "Cardinelle"??



Now, we have left to land that fish!!
Click!! A photo!! Released!!

Done!! ........I need a Tim's Coffee!!
Keep'em in the water!!
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