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I just moved back from living in the Florida Keys for the last couple of years.

Dolphin, and Tarpin aplenty down there. Yet even when I was pulling in a 22 lb tuna from the turquoise waters of the Caribbean, my mind drifted back to my little spot on the M. Fork of the Snoqualmie.

We are pretty lucky to have a such a spot. ...of course since I have been back, I have gotten skunked. Using 12-14 Elk hairs and parachute Adams on the upper river beyond the Middle Fork trail bridge (toward the end of the M.F. Road). (And up on the Taylor.) I have always gone dry fly, but it sounds as if the Wooleys are really working. Do I have to go wet to have much luck this time of year on the MF?

Any suggestions?

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