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  1. #1
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    2018 tenkara logbook

    Hello gentlefishers. This thread is to document your tenkara catches from this year. Along with photos, please provide useful information such as weather, water temp and specific conductivity, bait used, GPS coordinates, and butt plug diameter.

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    2018 tenkara logbook

    Poked some holes before the game yesterday. It was pretty good.

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    Where’s that?
    “I have a responsibility to not be intimidated and bullied by low life losers who abuse what little power is granted to them as ski patrollers.”

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    Spent 7 hours in the car yesterday to float 7 miles.
    Worth it.
    Tenkara rules.

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    Nice start to the year, UR. Fishes have been eating up this way too. Better than the skiin!

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    I use kebari dirt snake fly and tenkara was berry good! Probably caught 30 perfect little rainbows, none planters, down in Utah County right next to state street! Oh and browny too. 🎣🎣🎣

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    Got out and explored my new surroundings a little today. 42 degrees at 7,800 feet. What the hell?
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    Samuel L. Jackson as Jules Winnfield: Oh, I'm sorry. Did I break your concentration?

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    "You can't drink all day if you don't start in the morning".

    -Scottish Proverb

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    that's a slab teleee! or you're fishing with a 10" net???

    the backyard pond would normally be frozen over this time of year but not this winter

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    I am confused. does "tenkara" have multiple meanings?

    cuz, almost everyone is using a reel.
    "Its not the arrow, its the Indian" - M.Pinto

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    Dfinn, I roll with an 8" net, it makes me a HUDGE flyfisherman. Underoos you are fuckiung killing me, I need a salt run!
    Samuel L. Jackson as Jules Winnfield: Oh, I'm sorry. Did I break your concentration?

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    Damn...those redfish pics.
    ::drool::


    Sorry for more kid pics, but the last week has been fun

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    "You can't drink all day if you don't start in the morning".

    -Scottish Proverb

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    Nice work guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Underoos View Post
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    Skeeter lagoon! My home water. Looks like you went out of Oak Hill. Grass flats are still hanging up at that end with New Symrna Inlet giving them clean water. My peoples say the south end and especially the North Indian River are really struggling. Looks like a fun trip with some ripped lips!
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    Damn...those redfish pics.
    ::drool::


    Sorry for more kid pics, but the last week has been fun

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    Dont sweat the kid pics binky. That little dude is STOKED! Post up some mohr!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dfinn View Post
    that's a slab teleee! or you're fishing with a 10" net???

    the backyard pond would normally be frozen over this time of year but not this winter
    Backyard pond? Tell me more!

    Would this be on a hill lookers right of and overlooking the mouth of big canyon with a little name?

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    Mouth of little. Ring that bell!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFugitive View Post
    Looks like you went out of Oak Hill.
    My buddy has a place in Lighthouse Cove, so we usually launch from there. We use some ramps to the south sometimes, and we went all the way down to the bottom this trip. I can't speak to the grass too much, because I've only been there during winter and there isn't much grass around. Plenty of manatees though. I've never been north of JB's.

    We took a walk over the dunes to the beach on this trip, and it was very cool. I'd love to spend a day surf fishing and drinking out there.

    Those fish are really fucking challenging. I want one of those gator trout so bad, but I've never come close to hooking one.

    If you guys want to listen to me putting my foot in my mouth and bullshitting with the locals for a few hours, here's a thing. Still looking for names, if anyone has a suggestion. https://soundcloud.com/andrew-gilber...-episode-716th

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    2018 tenkara logbook

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    Big brookie that I hooked in deep water from earlier today
    "You can't drink all day if you don't start in the morning".

    -Scottish Proverb

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    been havin the dreams
    im just gonna make sure there b a poopfish
    on page 1

    oh and #toasterteletenkarasonpots

    see you april day of fools for average joe life coaching
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    ski on in eternal peace

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    I’m missing the poopfish too. I just need to get out and fish period. Love the kid stoke.

    Underoos- those guys have to change their name? I always enjoy the banter when I’ve listened. How about ‘From the Reels’?
    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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    Different cast of characters, so a new name is needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Underoos View Post
    My buddy has a place in Lighthouse Cove, so we usually launch from there. We use some ramps to the south sometimes, and we went all the way down to the bottom this trip. I can't speak to the grass too much, because I've only been there during winter and there isn't much grass around. Plenty of manatees though. I've never been north of JB's.

    We took a walk over the dunes to the beach on this trip, and it was very cool. I'd love to spend a day surf fishing
    Yep that little stretch of riverfront is on the short list to retire to. Fishing, surfing, cheap easy liven. Did you eat at Goodrich Seafood? Best smoked mullet ever lol! There are monster reds in that surfline and just offshore. The Canaveral National Seashore iz a treasure... except for the nude beach. Go back in the fall for mullet run you can get bonita cobia hudge jacks all from the beach

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    We make a habit out of going to Goodrich. Went there for breakfast twice on this trip. It's cheap. Saw Larry Czonka (owner) there last year. The mullet on the menu always cracks me up. Never had the balls to try it.

    I've been warned about the nude beach...

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    Jumped my first tarpon from this jetty while waiting for the guide to pick me up at 6am. Had shots at some large bones and tailing permit but salty fish are finicky. Unfortunately the fishing wasn't as good as the surfing and diving on this trip but I've got nothing to complain about.

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