Mississippi, Matt and his brown and Banning on some field testing Friday
YOU might think from some of the content on here that the crew around the shop spend all our water time together. 136 more words
Catching White River trout in high water conditions requires a different look at currents and depth than in low water. When the river is low, say less than 2,000cfs, the fish are fairly concentrated in the deeper pools and runs where they feel more comfortable as opposed to the shallow, exposed edges of the river. 551 more words
Gage with a nice brown with Chad _ Chad Johnson image
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What a great day on the water with Mr. Gene and his grandson Gage. As you know from the last report with Gage, he had out grown Dry Run and wanted to fish the big rivers and boy did it pay off this trip!