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Tyler Legg
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Sunday, May 1, 2011

The longest article I've written to date of me rambling on and on is now ready to go. NC's Best Trout Streams is the title. I hope you know how to speak gibberish! All joking aside, hope you find it useful. I honestly had a lot of fun writing it believe it or not. It is in PDF format, as putting the entire article on the blog would result in your computer either a) exploding or b) bursting into flames.

In order to read it, you'll have to download the PDF file. On some computers, you download the file and it automatically pops up in Adobe Reader. You may have to save it to your desktop (or destination of your choice) and then open it up. If you don't have Adobe Reader, you can easily download and install it here.

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, whether it be about the article or downloading the article, shoot me an email or leave a comment below. I'll do my best to resolve any issues you may come across.


Kev2380 said...

Hi Tyler, this is a great document. I don't agree with a lot of the rivers but I'm glad you didn't mention my favorites. They are pressured enough already. =)

Tyler Legg said...

Thanks Kevin! Yeah, some are better than others, but I included them anyways given they all fish well at parts of the year. I included some with special emphasis on access. A lot of confusion and questions with the access points. They can be great places to fish, but like most other DH waters, they can turn sour at times. Some turn sour more often than others though.

Trust me, I wouldn't dare name any creeks! Even streams that are somewhat well known, but are wild are confidential! The South Toe is the farthest I'm going!


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