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Payson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Hiking Jun 12 2009
Tortoise Hiker
Hiking7.85 Miles 2,315 AEG
Hiking7.85 Miles   3 Hrs   58 Mns   1.98 mph
2,315 ft AEG
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I meet Bob at 4:00am for a trip to the Rim and one of his fishing holes. After we practiced casting for an hour(lol) we started fishing and caught 4 trout each and one large Bass.Bob was also nice enough to whip us up some breakfast. MmmMmm.We were going to leave after the next fish but when an older couple showed up with there granddaughter to fish, Bob told them they were welcome to our spot and we headed off to hike.Wow,those are some nice trout at the hatchery! We started part of the Highline trail at Tonto creek around 10:00am. This is a nice section. About a mile from Tonto you cross Dick Willams spring and then about 2.5 miles later your at Horton creek. We looked around for a while then headed back.We got back around 2:00 and Bob cooked up some grilled cheese. Mmmm.
What a great day on the RIM. Thanks Bob for the fishing,hiking,and cooking! :)
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