"Trout Fishing's Version of the Silicone Implant"

It’s the first time I’ve heard anyone suggest besmirching the upper Missouri, unless it was for the insanely difficult fish, but according to Peter Kaminsky some folks actually avoid tailwaters in favor of more “natural” trout waters. Nevertheless, the author has a ball catching fish on tricos in this New York Times article. “Twenty casts later, the fish rose to my fly. I set the hook with slightly less grace than a 300-pound woodchopper wielding his ax.”

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