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Went with sum buds yesterday..water was way up lots of trash.out of four of us fishing.only one white was caught.fished every hole we could get too.fished the dam an upper swan nothing to show there.sorry guys.happy easter guys

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Put in a Kissee Mills yesterday (4/10/15) Water had some color at the bridge, several boats there, ran up to the Tea Table to get away from the crowds, got out the fly rods, guess I missed 50 fish, they seemed to be short striking pulling the fiber out of my clousers. Did not observe many fish caught, but we had to be back in Springfield for a meeting at 6 so had to leave before prime time. Did see a couple guys along the road above the first rapid catch some on slider heads using white. The water was clearing and in excellent shape above, Kissee, made me want to come back in a canoe. Sure there will be lots of folks there today.

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I had the chance to take the switch rod for a walk today. Lots of swings and misses. The water is beautiful, and the fish are there. Managed a smallmouth and a white to the hand. All of my hits came on a broadside swing in the runs. I tried purple darter clousers, half and halfs of several varieties. The yellow and chartreuse half and half drew the most strikes. Fish were holding up along the high banks.

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