Trophy bluegills

Gila trout

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I fished my CTS 8’6” 5 wt. glass rod and found some big bluegills nosing around in 12’ of waters. Fly of choice was a size 14 balance mini bugger. These fish were sure fun to play on glass
 

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MD

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I fished my CTS 8’6” 5 wt. glass rod and found some big bluegills nosing around in 12’ of waters. Fly of choice was a size 14 balance mini bugger. These fish were sure fun to play on glass
Very nice . What side of the mountains are you?

I saw no action my last couple outings and figured it was still too cold in my area....so I’m wondering if you just poked a hole in my excuse:rolleyes:
 

Gila trout

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Very nice . What side of the mountains are you?

I saw no action my last couple outings and figured it was still too cold in my area....so I’m wondering if you just poked a hole in my excuse:rolleyes:
MD, l live in southern Ca. I catch these at lake Perris in Riverside County
 

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