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Suntech Field Master returns to the Peñasco

by Steph
(Sacramento Mountains, New Mexico)

Rio Peñasco Brown

Rio Peñasco Brown

Here's a pic of a typical 8-inch brown from my return trip to the Rio Peñasco with the Suntech Field Master. The 11-incher I caught and released on my first trip is still the largest I've caught with the rod. The Utah Killer Bug is still working its magic, and I also had success with a hare's ear nymph. I caught three browns today when I give the flies a little action - it seemed to be more effective than a dead drift.

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Nov 05, 2015
by: Rob Ruff

Now that's a total of two people that fish this creek other than myself, that I know of.

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