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(and tossing out random thoughts)

end of the trout season in the Sierra foothills; when a nice-sized rainbow makes up for a lack of spawning browns

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I’m lucky enough to be able to say work and life have kept me busy, so there’ll be no whining about missing a self-imposed deadline for Friday’s post.

Last weekend was my end-of-the-trout-season trip to the cabin and the Sierra foothills. But we’ll let a few photos tell the story…

Fall on the on a Sierra foothill creek.

No big spawning browns, but this’ll do.

A really cheeky rainbow.

A big, early morning surprise on a smallish creek.

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2 thoughts on “end of the trout season in the Sierra foothills; when a nice-sized rainbow makes up for a lack of spawning browns

  1. Hi Patrick. Couple of nice ones there. Even though the regular season has closed, don’t forget all the good places that are still open.

    Mark

  2. I agree with Mark….

    There are a lot of places to go fishing..

    Good luck!

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