Most Memorable Fishing Photo of 2020

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Beautiful shot and a beautiful place. I haven't been there for 40 years, and need to go back.
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Well, since it was the only time I was able to fish this past year, it is this.


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Nice 'gill!
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Thank you Sir! :pipe

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Taken on November 10th while fishing a small, leaf-choked Laurel Highlands stream:
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I only made 1 fishing trip this year, but I was able to fish Montana for the 1st time and met some Westslope Cuts while fishing out of Missoula.

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Some friends and I managed a short trip to the Henry's Fork in June. The first night we got to the railroad ranch my buddy stuck this beautiful rainbow fishing a green drake emerger. This was his first of the trip, and his first fish on a cane rod (a Tom Morgan Rodsmiths 4wt I believe). I think we landed 5 fish between the two of us that evening and then proceeded to get our asses kicked for the following 3 days. Awesome trip, definitely a bright spot in a tough year.
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Freestone Vintage, very nice. I had an ass kicking there last August.

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Beautiful...

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Had the chance to revisit a stream that I hadn’t fished for 40 years - North country of NYS, this pool within 5 miles of the border. Last time I was with two of my brothers and dad. Brothers are both now on the wrong coast and dad fishes above. Took a grand slam from this pool - a few rainbows, a 6” brookie, and a 16” brown.


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Beautiful spot to revisit.
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The only camping/fishing trip where my two buddies and I were able to meet and camp in 2020. Last year was all about solitary fishing and camping due to COVID, but this one trip we managed to meet for a week of great fishing and fun. Yes, we drove separate cars, had separate camps, and social distanced on the streams...and it was an awesome break from solitary fishing confinement!

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