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  2. #302
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    ^^^ fuk Underoos wins 2016 like he did 2015 and I think 2014. Can we be friends?

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  3. #303
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    stoke of piscatorial pursuits 16

    The family and myself made our annual thanksgiving trek to Western North Carolina, on the southern border of GSMNP. I try and take some time each year to sneak away for some therapy, fishing one of the innumerable options in the area.
    Unfortunately the area hasn't had any rain to speak of in months, so water is low, and wildfires abundant.

    I decided to take a few hours to fish Deep Creek on Thursday. Fishing in the steps of legendary Appalachian outdoors men like Mark Cathey and Horace Kephart.

    The parking lot at the trailhead was full of tourist family's taking their Thanksgiving walks on an easy, but very scenic trail.
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    On limited time, I wasn't going to be able to hike in too far, but knew I'd be able to get away from the humans fairly easily as the trail eventually rises pretty high above the creek.
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    Forgot my tube, so this wasn't a problem. A few summers ago I witnessed an Indian family dressed in full street clothes walking up the trail with tubes. Unfortunately I wasn't able to document it with pics.
    I got in the water at the first bridge past Indian Creek.
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    BWOs started coming off, but I never once went to my pack to change my rig. Even after beating the shit out of my caddis with my hemostats on the first fish, fish were still rising to the fly.
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    Missed a few more, had one to hand that "prereleased". At this point, it was time to get back to the fam. Was pretty much walled out from the trail, but didn't feel like sloshing back where I'd come from so decided to bushwhack and claw myself up the steep bank thru the rhodo.
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    The point of egress.
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    Can't wait to get back in there when I have a full day to explore...but for a few hours, it was good therapy.

  4. #304
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    Had a great time in the surf over the holiday weekend. I think I put in over 30 hours from Fri-Sun. It was tough going back to work today.


    Woke up Friday morning to birds working north on peanuts. Fished well away from the hordes and was rewarded with a couple shorts that I was able to reach otf

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    Things quieted down later in the morning, broke for lunch and when I returned the bait was still around in abundance but had moved south. Even with no fish harassing the bunker the pods were moving faster down the beach than you could walk. The best you could do was to get out in front of it and have at your 10 casts of glory as it moved by. Being the holiday weekend, the buggy bandits were out in force, all on snag & drop

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    There were smaller pods of bait that were overlooked by those only waiting for the latest text updates and watching for bent rods… Had a good blowup right at dusk with no one around, another short

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    The next morning was slower, didn't bother fishing in the mob but it eventually caught up to me. I managed another schoolie right in the midst of the pack otf. I'm normally happy about sharing the wealth, but seeing the dumfounded expressions on 30 faces when the only one to hook up was this freak doing some tenkara shit was awesome. I thought the fly cast would spare me more room, but I was wrong. Almost hooked a couple guys that were stoopid enough to stand right next to me. "I thought you were a righty" some guy said as he almost took my clouser to the face. fuckin rubes

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    Battery died unexpectedly after lunch, luckily at the house and not a couple miles down the beach. But most of the afternoon was lost.

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    Sunday was a bust. Bait more sparse than the past two days and was unable to seduce any rogue bass, but it was another gorgeous day

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  5. #305
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    I had another great season in YNP this year! Here's a few from fishing in and around the park.

    I'm still in search of big brook trout, but we have a few pockets with reliable 13-15" ones.
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    A couple from work:
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    Not quite the biggest cuttie I've caught in the area, but certainly one of the purdiest.
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    A nice lil' 26" brown on a rainy day. I had the entire spawn off, and it was glorious.
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    Nice pics! Did you guys bring up a lot of macks this season?

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    About 344,000, which is the most we've ever caught in a season. Not sure when the population will crash, but it sure seems like it has to, with that kind of pressure.

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    Thanks for being out there and doing what you do! As much as I dig fishing for those things in the spring and fall, I would like them them out! Especially in Jellystone Lake.

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    I love that Roos lives across the street from me, I know which house is his, he fishes all the same spots I do, and we've never met (I saw him once at a party but I'm to anti-social to say that I know you from the internet). Plus, he's got mad photo shop skills copying all these giant Montana fish into the pictures.

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    Haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foggy_Goggles View Post
    I love that Roos lives across the street from me, I know which house is his, he fishes all the same spots I do, and we've never met (I saw him once at a party but I'm to anti-social to say that I know you from the internet). Plus, he's got mad photo shop skills copying all these giant Montana fish into the pictures.

    Don't be a stranger, man. Come over and drink some shitty beer with me. Come ski with us on Thursdays. We can fish next season.

    I meet and fish with random dudes from the internet all the time. Don't sweat it. Right now, I'm in a house in south Louisiana with 10 guys I met from forums. Besides all the butt sex, it's not weird.

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    No big ones for me this trip. Conditions were shit. We didn't even fish yesterday. Great times though.









    We ate all of this goodness.



    There was boat trouble.



    Others had better luck than me.






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    Followed the rainbows...

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    Hoping it wasn't my last time on the water for the year.

    Wife has been working on a woodcut trout print. Almost finished.
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    It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them. –Ernest Hemingway

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    Sweet fish Aenigma! Really dig that Cuttie, incredible.
    "The skis just popped me up out of the snow and I went screaming down the hill on a high better than any heroin junkie." She Ra

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foggy_Goggles View Post
    I love that Roos lives across the street from me, I know which house is his, he fishes all the same spots I do, and we've never met (I saw him once at a party but I'm to anti-social to say that I know you from the internet). Plus, he's got mad photo shop skills copying all these giant Montana fish into the pictures.
    This gets a little creepier every time I read it. Do you live in Junction Ranch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Underoos View Post
    This gets a little creepier every time I read it. Do you live in Junction Ranch?
    That's why I was laughing when I wrote it. I live across the big street, Hwy 40, in Pole Creek Valley. I think you park your raft on the side of your house which faces what ever the Meadow Creek Road is called. I'm (much) of an internet stalker however I read your posts because they are some of the best humor around here and I love the pictures.

    I think we were at a mutual friends house on the 4th maybe. I get pretty bad anxiety and I really wasn't feeling good that day and just wanted to go home. After the fact, I saw a picture here of your wife and kid and connected the dots.

    I really should come skiing with you guys. I looked for your a couple times last year on Thursday but didn't see you. I'm a fairly standard Fraser Valley Contractor Type I just am pretty guarded in social situations. That said, it's good for me to get out and about and I get along well with almost everyone.

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    This is my favorite thread every year. Thanks guys.

    Xmas break fishes, and probably the last fish of the year.

    I think I caught one of the same fish I caught last time out...

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    stoke of piscatorial pursuits 16

    Quote Originally Posted by Foggy_Goggles View Post
    I think you park your raft on the side of your house which faces what ever the Meadow Creek Road is called.
    Yep. That's me. Right across from the house where Brad W is doing the addition, which is taking fucking forever. Let me know if you ever want to borrow the boat.

    I'm (much) of an internet stalker however I read your posts because they are some of the best humor around here and I love the pictures.
    Best humor/bitter asshole. Same, same.

    I think we were at a mutual friends house on the 4th maybe.
    My wife is friends with Monica, that was the first time I met Ryan. I bet you were hanging with all the dudes around the bar while I was kid wrangling. Adam H is a good friend of mine, or rather, our wives are besties.

    I really should come skiing with you guys.
    Yes. You should. Every Thursday. We usually meet in the lot around 9 and ski till around noon. Then party time. If the weather is shitty we go to Pep's instead. Look for us doing something like this, usually with more people:






    Posting this publicly because that's a public invite for skiing at Winter Park, and the same goes for fishing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFugitive View Post
    Figured I might as well contribute to the best thread on TGR
    ^^^^^^ What he said. I enjoy seeing the pics. Definitely on the short list of great threads. Right up there with snow for the euros, skin track stoke, the wasatch thread to name a few.....

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    Gotta fish more alpine lakes.
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    Summer is too damn short in the high country.
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    Wydaho mags know this one.
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    "The two best times to fish is when it's rainin' and when it ain't." - Rancid Crabtree

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    FTW! ^^^^
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    Good stuff!

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