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Well for what it is worth, I have watched them catch them and they are the biggest rainbows I've ever seen. They throw out power bait right downstream of the hatchery pens and then hold on. They do it from the shore. The hatch would be a size 6 or 8 nymph hook with brown chenile or dubbing over a highly floatable foam body. You guessed right. It is the infamous "pellet fly." I have been there and it is usually crowded and you have to roll cast about 50'. There is a road right to the spot and all the locals know about it. I could find it again but don't know how to tell you.
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