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    TW in Tahoe

    Was doing some haulin' in Lake Tahoe and paused to admire the numerous 20+ inch long trout lurking at the outflow into the Truckee River.



    Just about the time I was wishing I could Photo-Shop a pic of my TW in front of the lake along comes a TW motoring along the scenic lakefront. Somebody was having a good time taking in the mountain fresh air and sights while rest of us were locked inside cages.
    Was it any of you? A local? A visitor?
    With a dip net or a spear gun I could have been having a trout BBQ.
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    Photo taken from Fanny Bridge named so because we lean over railing showing bottoms to passing traffic as we admire the fish just out of reach.

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    Maybe drop a M80 in and wait down stream. Or run a Panther Martin through there.
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    Good buddy is getting married next year in Albania. Father-in-law is offering to take him fishing using dynamite.
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    Tahoe is a fairly laid back tourist spot. So mellow they don't even have speed bumps anymore.... Saw these yesterday:

    They are like speed bumps with approach ramps so your won't snag your exhaust. Very mellow.
    Actually benefits the snow plow operators .

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