They Coulda Been Contenders!
Or wall-hangers--but we released them all!!


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Reported by AA staff

ltamont Anglers guides strive to provide the best possible fishing experience for their clients by adapting to changing conditions, as necessary.

Greg Braunstein with a big brown trout
Greg Braunstein hoists a big Watauga River brown trout (click to enlarge the image)

But, changing game plans usually requires some flexibility on the part of our clients, as was the case with Greg Braunstein. Greg had booked a walk/wade trip for North Carolina streams, but when AA guide Teo Whitlock suggest switching to a float trip in Tennessee--a move dictated by the deepening drought in the region--Greg was ready to go: as with the U.S. Marines he was ready to adapt, improvise and overcome catch fish!

Teo reports that the fishing on Monday, June 30, 2008 "was on", with not only great quantities of trout on the feed, but also great quality, as the photo to the left attests.

Click the images below for larger views of the great fishing Greg Braunstein had on June 30, 2008 on the Watauga River in Eastern Tennessee...
guide and client with a nice brook trout Greg Braunstein with a nice rainbo trout Greg Braunstein with a nice Watauga River trout Greg Braunstein with a nice Watauga River trout Greg Braunstein with a nice Watauga River trout Greg Braunstein with a nice Watauga River trout Greg Braunstein with a nice Watauga River trout Greg Braunstein with a nice Watauga River trout

(Altamont Anglers operates on Pisgah National Forest Rivers under USDA Forest Service Permit #PIS6560)

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