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Old 2nd November 2009, 10:52
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Default "Haloween Creek"

It was cold and foggy as I set out towards my destination. I was headed to a place that I had not been to in a little while. This creek does not hold large fish; however it had a good population of feisty little redbands. This was the exact place I wanted to try out my new rod at. Image:...

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