Living the Thompson Legacy
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I once thought that rivers became legendary because of the great men who fished them. I now know that some rivers are in themselves legendary, and it's the men who fish them that keep them so. The Thompson is one such river.
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Brother Tyler with a solid Thompson Buck</font><!--1--></center>
Thanks to Tyler and Brian, Bill and I got to sample the Thompson's Legacy. The experience was incredible.
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Brother Bill with his first fly-caught steelhead</font><!--1--></center>
I am currently working on an article worthy of this epic trip... please check back as I progress on it.
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An elated author</font><!--1--></center>
Heck I just got back yesterday... and I'm still smiling. I probably will be for a long time... until I return.
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