Seeing Blue - nine
by Ashton Chatelain
(Bluffdale Utah )
Seeing Blue Part 9
The best fly far and away was the slender one seen against a log. It caught all but 4 or 5 of the fish. The Blue Killer only caught the one it's pictured on at the bottom and that picture does not count towards my total, the pictures I submitted were all of the same side of the fish so they can be compared for the contest. If your counting, that's 33 in this post, two before that, and one more coming soon because it was an odd number but also has a story behind it.
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