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  1. Heck of river, the Salza. It was just three days on it, as the guest of a very fine Austrian flyfisher thirty-odd years ago, that transformed my freestone river nymph fishing (an introduction to Beadhead, too) and fast-water dry fly fishing for grayling and trout. Those Salza grayling – how they would leap and run, not like my many a thousand British ones, fish which still fight well but stay deeper and kite on their dorsals and spin on their noses and generally “chug slowly around” more. As for its trout – they were more steelhead and sea-trout than sedate resident! Thanks for the reminder.

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