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    Some Wild Browns & Brookies today

    Fished today from noon to about 4pm (knew the Giants would win so why watch LoL)..

    Anyway water was 37" but nice to be out with new snow on ground. Water clear as gin and caught 3 and lost 2. A bit slow but still nice to be out, and considering how cold the water was surprised at the action. Here is one below (have to learn how to focus my digi camera better).

    Tight Lines all!!

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    Make sure the auto focus is on plus the Digital Zoom if you have it. Also make sure it's in macro mode (for close ups). I prefer my camera do all the work for me.

    Mark

    Fish alone, catch more trout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark S.
    Make sure the auto focus is on plus the Digital Zoom if you have it. Also make sure it's in macro mode (for close ups). I prefer my camera do all the work for me.

    Mark
    Try and keep your camera in Optical Zoom, once you hit digital zoom on a camera its will start to pixelate.

    Be careful in Macro mode also. Your viewfinder box gets smaller in macro mode and focus is concentrated in a smaller area.

    Whatever you do, as Mark says, let the camera do as much work for you as possible to save time.

    --FT
    Nothing grows faster than a fish between the time the fish takes your fly...and the time he gets away.

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    grug - it still looks beautiful to me. Good luck with the digi, just got a new one myself and have to learn it all over again.

    "Life is about the journey, not the destination" - Me

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