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A couple of us fished Bryant's Fork today from our tubes. We launched about 8:30 and fished until about 2:30 using fast sinking lines and size 8 bead head leeches and crystal buggers. We picked up five rainbows from 14" to 18" and seven cutthroats from 15" to 19".

The water temperature was 68-71 degrees and the visibility in the water was about 6'-7'. The reservoir is about 75% full and dropping.

We caught most of our fish in 15' - 35' of water while stripping the line up from near the bottom. There were fish pretty much throughout the water column with fish feeding on the surface and some hugging the bottom in 25' - 35' of water.

I don't think that I can remember a day with so few people in that area. It was kind of weird, not that I'm complaining.

We didn't set any records, but the fishing was still okay. :)

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