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OUTDOORS Capital City Weekly I began fly-fishing at an early age. I was only three when I first started chasing trout with a fly rod, but it wasn't until I was nearly five years old that I finally began to catch a few. The trout I caught back then with Grandpa Willard - mainly high country rainbows and a few Eastern Brook Trout - were never big, but occasionally I'd get lucky and fool a lunker that might stretch ten inches (with a little exaggeration).

'Rules of the river' - etiquette for the perfect catch

When approaching any line-up always exercise courtesy - respect those already fishing - and request their permission to join in before you actually step in and begin fishing.
Photo By Rich Culver
When approaching any line-up always exercise courtesy - respect those already fishing - and request their permission to join in before you actually step in and begin fishing.
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