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Switch Rod Samurai
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So I'm getting ready to go and float the Kettle river again in a few weeks, and found this pic fro last year...typical Kettle river bow. Its a great river, easy to float, full of trout, and gets very little pressure where float it. Cutties, bows, and a few brookies and browns can all be found in the river.
They are suckers for a copper John dropped off a little stimulator or hopper in the summer.
 

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Switch Rod Samurai
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Yeah, there's a relly nice insect population in the river that keeps it healthy. Special regs on the river...not like the locals give a shit though for the most part. My biggest fish out of the river was a 22" cuttie taken on a yellow #12 stimulator. It helps to bring ome weighted flies or sink tips too, because even though in the summer most of the river is very shallow, there are some really nice deep pool that require weight to fish well. Bet you can guess where all the browns hang out
 
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