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    Quote Originally Posted by Ko7Ad View Post
    Great Fish that! Must have been great on dry.

    I need to get to that section of the river this month.
    And I am glad to report back that I got to spend some time on the river. He measured 52cm (20.47")

    Unfortunately not caught on dry but it was still an awesome experience. Pappa Roach he is back in the water waiting for you...

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    Last edited by Ko7Ad; 02-05-14 at 12:08 PM. Reason: spelling :(
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ko7Ad View Post
    And I am glad to report back that I got to spend some time on the river. He measured 52cm (20.47")

    Unfortunately not caught on dry but it was still an awesome experience. Pappa Roach he is back in the water waiting for you...

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    Beautiful fish, well done!
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    Now that is a very nice Brown. I am green with envy.
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    Konrad, that's a superb fish!! Well done!

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    Thanks gents! Couldn't believe my own eyes when I had in in the net.

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    Jeez Konrad thats a mother of a fish, you sure it was not taken on a New Zealand stream. Pleez tell me where, that background does not look familiar. Well done

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    WOW! What a spectacular brace of trout...welldone!
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    lovely fish, well dome. There have been some serious fish coming out of the bushman's lately!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ko7Ad View Post
    And I am glad to report back that I got to spend some time on the river. He measured 52cm (20.47")

    Unfortunately not caught on dry but it was still an awesome experience. Pappa Roach he is back in the water waiting for you...

    DSCN2944.jpg
    A beautiful Monster! Congrats on great fish!

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    that section of river will look familiar to those who look at the current post in the "Name the river/stream" thread ...

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    Pleez tell me where, that background does not look familiar.
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