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NORTHERN TREATS PART OF TRIP

Posted: October 18, 2012 at 5:11 a.m.

Trees cloaked in fall color greet a trio of paddlers on a two-day Kings River float trip. Matt Hughes, left, of Lone Jack, Mo., left, and his brother, Mark Hughes, alias “Hog Ears” Hughes, of Alaska, drifted down the Kings on Sunday and Monday to fish for smallmouth bass and enjoy a night of gravel-bar camping.
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Trees cloaked in fall color greet a trio of paddlers on a two-day Kings River float trip. Matt Hughes, left, of Lone Jack, Mo., left, and his brother, Mark Hughes, alias “Hog Ears” Hughes, of Alaska, drifted down the Kings on Sunday and Monday to fish for smallmouth bass and enjoy a night of gravel-bar camping.

We’re catching fish after hard-fighting fish.

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Outdoor, Pages 6 on 10/18/2012

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