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  1. #51
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    Dog stoke




    Shes a good girl!!!



    Not a bad spot to eat lunch

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    It is "Catching" time, every single cast, Haha!


  3. #53
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    grabbed the furkid and hit the road for the seasons 1st pursuit of the fishees road trip
    north slopes holdin good snowpack

    made it to

    grabbed the vessel and headed back sw

    stoked god

    made it 2 starvation

    outfshed by aves again

    cruised up to Altamont and the lc ranch
    S slope


    fish pics












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    heading up to the Green in 10 days....will there be any BWO or midge (or anything else) dry happening then? thanks, Chet

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    Nice work SFB! I am traveling and out of town until the middle of June so I am living vicariously through everyone else on here. Hope to see you in the south lands in a few weeks!


    Quote Originally Posted by CTR View Post
    heading up to the Green in 10 days....will there be any BWO or midge (or anything else) dry happening then? thanks, Chet
    Chet, the good news is the blue wings have them looking up so dries are highly likely. 10 days could be pushing close to the high water flows though.... I haven't heard any dates rom the BLM yet on releases you met check before heading over.
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    when and for how long do they typically release? does that usually kill the streamer fishing or help it out? I may be heading out there the weekend after next so I'll have to keep an eye on that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dfinn View Post
    when and for how long do they typically release? does that usually kill the streamer fishing or help it out? I may be heading out there the weekend after next so I'll have to keep an eye on that.
    It totally depends on a spawning sucker fish ( I can't remember it's name) typically it is late May when the start dumping. Usually last about 2 weeks. Streamer fishing can be off the hook (pun intended), get fish out of their normal holes and seems to make them tense and aggressive!
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  8. #58
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    i like the sounds of that!

  9. #59
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    I finally killed the skunk that's been hounding me along the creek on my friend's farm. Unfortunately the big fat Rainbow leapt out of the net 5 seconds after this pic was taken...



    Also caught a nice little local Brookie:



    Al in all not a bad 1.5hr of fishing. Nice to slap the water again after a 2 year break.

  10. #60
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    ^^^^ hell yeahs but just so you know
    all the cool kids quit wearin vests a year and a half ago
    all about he bandolier/sling
    l8apx was in my flyfishing mag tellin me so
    traditionaly they try n time that flaming gorge discharge to match the yampa peak runoff
    how long??
    who knows
    hopefully short n sweet and the 800 ramping to 1.6-2.0k and back down over night traditional summer discharge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skifishbum View Post
    traditionaly they try n time that flaming gorge discharge to match the yampa peak runoff
    There is some kind of agreement where the Flaming Gorge flows have to match the flow (or a percentage of it) coming from the Yampa. When the Yampa spikes, they are obligated to bump the Green. And as the Yampa is basically not regulated the timing is anyones guess?

    Do I have that right? I know I'm in the ballpark, at least.



    And Tipp is that supposed to be a troll with the brookie comment?

  12. #62
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    yup it based on the yampa
    but i don't know if there is a set length of time as that varies
    or if they'll go full bore both spillways 8880 or whatever it is
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    Quote Originally Posted by skifishbum View Post
    yup it based on the yampa
    but i don't know if there is a set length of time as that varies
    or if they'll go full bore both spillways 8880 or whatever it is
    Yep, it is based on coordinating the high flows in both river, a big part of it(not sure it is all of it) is to maximize the benefits of the spawning squawfish.

    http://waterrights.utah.gov/wrinfo/p...pics/green.pdf

    That being said, it is anybody's guess on when and how long, personally I think they have a dart board in the office to make their decisions.
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    Good work fellas.

    Telee-u coming up here for work?

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    I am coming up in Mid June. I would like to get a trip in sooner than that maybe just before Memorial Day... I will let you know.
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    Mid June can be excellent around here. Not on the snake but plenty of other options.

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    I am actually considering a property purchase on one of those "other options" which Is why I would like to get there before mid June so I can do some legwork. And of course get out on a river with you for a bit...
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    Awesome to see this thread moving already. Knocked the cob webs off yesterday trying to shake this endless ski season.




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    Quote Originally Posted by thin cover View Post
    Awesome to see this thread moving already. Knocked the cob webs off yesterday trying to shake this endless ski season.



    Mighty fine looking fish.

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    fuck yea!!! ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by whitekingsalmon View Post
    Good eaten for days...

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    On da plane to FL



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    My Dad was up in VT for his spring trip. At 73, he's a machine. Love fishin with my Dad, and now my son. Slow fishing here in VT, late spring but we managed a few.
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