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Super Bowl Sunday Rainbow
« on: Feb 13, 2022, 12:47 PM »
I got out for about 45 minutes on the upper end of my milk run along the South Branch of the Hoosic in Adams this morning.

The sky was overcast, with a temp of 22 degrees, and the stream levels were good.

I was just about to leave the first spot I stopped at after about a dozen casts, when my line stopped as I was retrieving it.

Initially assuming I had hooked up on a stick or a rock, I did a quick double take when I realized there was a fish on the end of my line.

After a decent battle in which the fish fought like a brown (i.e., steady resistance, with some head shaking, but no aerial acrobatics), I managed to beach a 15" rainbow, which (fortunately) I was promptly able to release unharmed back into the stream.

Despite walking, wading and (at one point) driving further downstream, and trying a half dozen other spots along the way, that was the only action for the day - - Not that I'm complaining, mind you.


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Re: Super Bowl Sunday Rainbow
« Reply #1 on: Feb 13, 2022, 03:49 PM »
Thats what has us all going back again and again.
**  Bud


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