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PESCATOREJuly 3rd, 2018, 1:38 pm
Rancho Cordova, CA

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Greetings:

Last week I was working on some Shad in the American River, great practice for Steelhead season, which comes later in the year. I had my waterproof camera in tow so; I decided to shoot up river headed east. The famous Clay Banks can be seen to the right of the frame. I was wading in about four feet of water, 80 feet from the center of the river.

Enjoy,

Don

Don

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