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Jul 02, 2014


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Great vid.

Having fly-fished the Katmai area of Alaska for the last 20 years…never seen anyone use dry flies when the large trout are feeding on Salmon eggs- hence the use of beads…or wooly buggers/nymphs.

My recommendation is Kulik Lodge. The later in the season, the more large trout along the Kulik…and Brown bears around the lodge!

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