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Pleasant Valley Fly Fishing Preserve

Filed under: Guide Trip Reports,River Reports — victor at 10:30 am on Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Once again I had the opportunity to guide on the preserve a couple of days ago.  This is probably one of the most beautiful places I have fished and I have been to a few.  Best part is the location, right in our backyard in Markleeville.  As I have mentioned in posts earlier, I believe every fly fisher should treat themselves to private water at least once a year.  The preserve has big and beautiful fish that require a bit of technical skill to hook, fight, and land.  Attached are two examples.  We guide the area quite a bit and would be excited about teaching those skills to anyone interested.  I had a great time with Bob, Jesse, and Toby from Harrahs on this occasion and look forward to spending the day with the next group out there.  If you are interested and you should be, contact the shop for availability and rates.  As always, pack out and pick up trash.

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Comment by Freedog96150

June 25, 2008 @ 2:28 pm

Nice looking fish! I have heard a ton about Pleasant Valley. I am going to have to pony up the funds one day just to get out and fish it.

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