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RANTINGS AND RAVINGS OF AN OLD MAN TRULY RUINED BY SPORT
...a couple spools tippet, a small fly box, floatant and you're all set for a day of fun and adventure. No fuss, no muss, no dealing crowds just park the truck and good to go. With literally thousands miles of cricks to choose where to go is as easy as closing your eyes pointing out a spot on the map and go for it. Tie on a fly tickles your fancy and chances are the brookies will be waiting and willing to help prove up your genius. Frustrations are few, more a matter of how well you deal with the brush and trees than head-scratching puzzles like why the hell won't these trout eat my offerings. Good country, pretty cricks, pretty trout, all fun to my way of thinking just doesn't get much better. Hot tip: for starters tie on any dry pattern sporting red or orange; bigger is usually better.