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I am going to turn you on to a lake that is really good flyfishing. It is McIntosh just north of Tenino. There is a boat launch on the west side. Do exactly like the Old Man says in his post. I would add that you want about 50 or so feet of line out. A black wooley bugger works well as do careys in green and orange. If you prefer to cast and drift the chrinonimid fishing can be good too. There are nice sized trout, like 14 to 18 inches and bigger ones too. I heaard of an 18 inch brown being caught in there this year which is the only one I have ever heard of. It is deffinately a dry line lake as it is fairly shallow and lots of weeds. The nice thing about McIntosh the fish are late risers and 9 am is plenty early to get on the water. Just before dark can be prime time here in a few weeks when the cadis start to hatch.
Dave :beer2
 
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