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    1. Mark Ritari

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      Registered: October 2004
      Location: Missoula, MT/ Anvik, AK/ Tricities, WA
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      Date: 4-10-07
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    Be the guide...
    Note to the brilliant guys who keep smudging out the fly in the pic - Duh, just unhook the fish before the pic....
    #1 4-10-07 2:41pm


    Help! I'm trapped in a landlocked state.
    I bet it's a Cop Car.
    #2 4-10-07 3:33pm

    Its all about presentation, fly silhouette (shape, size, color) & being out there at the right time of the day or season..... Imho. Beautiful cutthroat trout!
    #3 4-10-07 3:39pm

    Mark Ritari

    I took a pic after unhooking it, but it didnt turn out good.
    #4 4-10-07 5:16pm


    Be the guide...
    Just giving you a hard time. It is kinda silly though to blur out fly... Nice fish though Smile
    #5 4-10-07 6:03pm

    Richard Olmstead

    Chad - He's probably just embarrassed about his ratty flies. I wouldn't want people to see what mine look like either! Really now, it's not like there is just one fly that will catch cutthroat on the Bitterroot. Those are some nice fish, though. For some reason, I like native cutts best.
    #6 4-10-07 6:13pm

    Mark Ritari

    it depends on the fly, but yea this fly was kinda silly to blur out, but the other one needs to stay under wraps for undisclosed reasons.
    #7 4-10-07 6:35pm

    Cam Heusser
    Maybe it's tied with spotted owl feathers and caribou hair.
    #8 4-10-07 11:17pm

    Mark Ritari

    Wink shhhh dont divulge my secrets
    #9 4-11-07 12:41am

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