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A Messing with Sasquatch Commerical on Big Spring
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SubmittersalvelinusfontinalisMore Photos from salvelinusfontinalis   CategoryStreams   Last Update2012/1/21 19:53
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Now watch as he almost falls trying to wade.

A good day of fishing today at the end of the snow storm and most the day.

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salvelinusfontinalis
Published: 2012/1/21 19:54  Updated: 2012/1/21 19:54
Joined: 09/09/2006
From: lancaster county
Comments: 6456
 Re: A Messing with Sasquatch Commerical on Big Spring
Andy did really well for his first Limestone Spring Creek experience.
I think the biggest thing andy learned today is how to spot fish in such clear water. You would think its easy but its not lol.
Fishidiot
Published: 2012/1/22 10:26  Updated: 2012/1/22 10:26
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Joined: 09/09/2006
From: Gettysburg
Comments: 9237
 Re: A Messing with Sasquatch Commerical on Big Spring
Look - it's Bigfoot!!

Wait.... I think this is another internet hoax. Looks like a guy in a gorilla suit.
The_Sasquatch
Published: 2012/1/24 12:26  Updated: 2012/1/24 12:26
Joined: 07/06/2011
From: Ephrata, PA
Comments: 6506
 Re: A Messing with Sasquatch Commerical on Big Spring
No gorilla suit! Its all natural baby!

Sal's right though, I did almost take a spill at that spot. The bottom just gave out from under me. Stayed dry though!

Sal's also right about spotting fish. I learned a lot about that on this trip. It took me half the morning, but once I saw them, I was really seeing them. It helped me catch them, as I was able to watch how they were reacting to my flies and my presentation. Once I switched to midges, blood worms, I enjoyed watching the swarms of trout coming up to investigate!





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