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Unread postby LenH » Mon May 03, 2010 8:22 am

We went out with intentions of get three trout each and then do it again tomorrow or next day
and I was going to smoke some trout. We both limited out really quickly and stopped to talk to
land owners like we always do and thank them for allowing us on their property.

One limit of brown trout to a land owner on Mill Creek.

One limit of brown trout to a land owner on Ash Creek.

Guess the smoker will have to wait.

Anna really liked giving the farmers trout.

Is very important to show the land owners you appreciate them.
A limit of trout to a landowner is a small price to pay for good
angler/landowner relations.

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Unread postby magicman54494 » Mon May 03, 2010 11:59 am

We enjoy chatting with the land owners as well. There are a lot of interesting people out there and also kind people willing to allow strangers to access. We try to revisit each year and often bring them trout to eat. The stories I could tell are just as numerous as the fishing stories and much more interesting. The old guy that had a fish rearing pond in his back yard with eye popping brookies in it, The place where we rounded up chickens, The elderly lady who just about cried when we gave her some fish, the old guy with the junk yard who told us stoies until we almost ran out of fishing time, the lady who didn't give us access and told us she watchs the fishermen with binos and calls the wardens, etc.

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