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The Daiwa Kiyose 33SF in Australia

by peejay
(Albury, Australia)

The Daiwa Kiyose in Australia

The Daiwa Kiyose in Australia

First trip out with the Daiwa Kiyose 33SF on a cool windy day. Line Tenkarabum hand tied fluoro heavy 10',6x tippet, brown bead head nymph and an indicator. A bit of a challenge to use the light gear in wind, but ohhh so worth it! One nice rainbow trout later, time to go home.

The Kiyose will get more exercise now our season has kicked off.

Thanks Chris

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Sep 16, 2012
please no locations
by: craig

I recognise the water...hopefully, others don't

Sep 16, 2012
Water, what water?
by: TenkaraBum

OK, I've modified the photo so that even peejay won't recognize it.

However, if you both know the same stream... I could make introductions.

Sep 16, 2012
Share the knowledge
by: Peejay

Intro sounds good to me Chris! That water takes a fair pounding, but none of us have sole rights to it.
The rainbow looks bigger now!

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