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  1. #401
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    Yampa has been good and flows coming down time to switch to dry/dropper but so fun to see the airlock disappear with this fish. Click image for larger version. 

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  2. #402
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    My bro. and his goofy wife catching/releasing a bunch of sails today and having a blast. Fun!

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  3. #403
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    Good stuff y'all.

    We had another solid day.

    Started off exploring a tributary





    Getting rigged.





    The past few days we've been pitching big dries on 6 wts in heavy water. This game is completely different. Light tackle, a few blue wings and pmd's. and surprisingly picky fish. Still a ton of fun.





    I missed a couple on the small dry. Then I got lucky with one on the wulff.





    After futzing around we decided to head back to the river and throw some big dries.





    Winner, winner. My best fish so far from the hatch.





    Stoked.

  4. #404
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    This morning my buddy Jand I hit it early. We put on at day break.





    They were there.





    And the fish were on 'em.





    This moose, however, must have forgotten his fly rod.





    He wanted to get in the back of my boat. No way, Jose.





    Interesting too that there was no one out there today. Matter of fact, we only saw five other boats total. But two were upside down.


    This one was a couple hundred yds downstream from the put-in. Shitty way to start the day.





    This good Samaritan tried to help but was unsuccessful as the boat was still pinned at the end of the day when we ran our shuttle.





    Then there was this guy. Man, this salmon fly game is like a survival of the fittest


    That is going to be such a bitch to get free.





    But we made it out alive! Thank goodness!


    We have some crazy weather about to move in for the next couple of days which is a bummer cause this game is so much fun. Not sure if I'll get back up here before hatch is over but man, what a great salmon fly season it has been. I'm sitting in my camper typing this up and getting a little sad. I'm also exhausted.


    What a cool spot.



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    Thanks for that!

  6. #406
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    Say golden bones one more time...
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    Harvest the ride.

  7. #407
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    Drakes, yellow sallies, pmds, nymphs, streamers, dries, whiteys, cutts, browns, and bows. No bulls. Good times.Click image for larger version. 

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  8. #408
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    I know shit happens and all, but how in the hell can you possibly do this in that spot? Jesus!


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  9. #409
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    Quote Originally Posted by teleee View Post
    I know shit happens and all, but how in the hell can you possibly do this in that spot? Jesus
    I wonder if they forgot to put the plugs in?

  10. #410
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    Quote Originally Posted by swimmy View Post
    I wonder if they forgot to put the plugs in?
    Seriously the only thing that makes sense


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  11. #411
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    monster fucking cuttyClick image for larger version. 

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    Bunny Don't Surf

    Have you seen a one armed man around here?

  12. #412
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    From my fishing forum, I got a little more info on the pinned drift boat in my last report.

    "That guy trying to help out in the pic is my good buddy Shane. That's his wife and kids in the background. He said the boat was a rental. They guy that sank it told him he saw the rock but couldn't avoid it. He helped the guy and his mom to shore. A group of guys that helps recover boats came by later and supposedly got the boat out."

  13. #413
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    I was gonna comment on the pinned boats but then i remembered the time where I beached my old boat(one plug) and popped a plug. I was in middle of the Missouri before I realized it and had to row as fast as I could to make it to shore while my wife made sure the two dogs didnt move and sink the boat. It was fun emptying everything out the boat to flip it over.

  14. #414
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    Good times in Browns Park over the past couple days. Super crowded though. Can only imagine the level of pressure over the coming weekend.
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  15. #415
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Size:  46.8 KBLittle more action from the Yampa. Hoping to head back tomorrow night as water has come down fast which is not good longer term

  16. #416
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    Quote Originally Posted by swimmy View Post
    Good stuff y'all.

    We had another solid day.

    Started off exploring a tributary





    Getting rigged.





    The past few days we've been pitching big dries on 6 wts in heavy water. This game is completely different. Light tackle, a few blue wings and pmd's. and surprisingly picky fish. Still a ton of fun.





    I missed a couple on the small dry. Then I got lucky with one on the wulff.





    After futzing around we decided to head back to the river and throw some big dries.





    Winner, winner. My best fish so far from the hatch.





    Stoked.
    Quote Originally Posted by swimmy View Post
    This morning my buddy Jand I hit it early. We put on at day break.





    They were there.





    And the fish were on 'em.





    This moose, however, must have forgotten his fly rod.





    He wanted to get in the back of my boat. No way, Jose.





    Interesting too that there was no one out there today. Matter of fact, we only saw five other boats total. But two were upside down.


    This one was a couple hundred yds downstream from the put-in. Shitty way to start the day.





    This good Samaritan tried to help but was unsuccessful as the boat was still pinned at the end of the day when we ran our shuttle.





    Then there was this guy. Man, this salmon fly game is like a survival of the fittest


    That is going to be such a bitch to get free.





    But we made it out alive! Thank goodness!


    We have some crazy weather about to move in for the next couple of days which is a bummer cause this game is so much fun. Not sure if I'll get back up here before hatch is over but man, what a great salmon fly season it has been. I'm sitting in my camper typing this up and getting a little sad. I'm also exhausted.


    What a cool spot.


    great posts, swimmy. fond memories of that stretch of the Mad from my yout. nice pics... what camera?
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  17. #417
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    Yo SFB,
    can you post some photos of how your SUP is setup ? Particularly interested in how you carry your rod.
    I am in Wisconsin right now and have access to an SUP. Will require about a 1 mile paddle to where the fish are. Trying to figure out where to put my rod.
    Also: if I catch a 50 inch Musky, is my SUP going for a wild ride ?

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  18. #418
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    Nice day out in the Gulf.

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    Some Red Snapper cooked for an hour at 240, topped with Old Bay and butter.

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  19. #419
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norseman View Post
    what camera?
    Nikon D500 w/ Sigma 18-300.

  20. #420
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    Yummmmm...red snapper!
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  21. #421
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    evening creek cutthroat outing

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  22. #422
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    Caught a couple of baby rainbows this afternoon. First I've landed in a while, nice reminder that the whole point of standing in a narrow creek isn't just the scenery and a gentle arm workout.

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  23. #423
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    Big bugs had the big fish looking up. Stellar weekend in central WY






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  24. #424
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry View Post
    Yo SFB,
    can you post some photos of how your SUP is setup ? Particularly interested in how you carry your rod.
    I am in Wisconsin right now and have access to an SUP. Will require about a 1 mile paddle to where the fish are. Trying to figure out where to put my rod.
    Also: if I catch a 50 inch Musky, is my SUP going for a wild ride ?

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    step 1 involves sup safety
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    the stripping basket you should haz
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    i like a tackle bag or the yeti works anything as or taller than the striping basket in front of that
    i balance the rod on the 2
    fighting butt works better as itll sit in the basket instead of falling in

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    i like to strip out most of the line into the basket
    as when, not if your whippy stick falls into the water you have all that line to help git er back
    otherwise a bungee or those plastic coated bendable wire thingies are good for securing
    the salt life pro bros seem to run their rods in holders off the seat
    or east or busts or nice fishing sups have inserts for various rod holders
    yes mr toads in for a wild ride supin landing fiddy in esox
    id start with teener troot
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    work up to 30" poopers
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    then go hudge
    with the quest for the fish of 10k casts in the make it extra specially supstacular way
    id reccomend a guide support boat with a hot net chick
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    manged to run the sup little hole to lone tree
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    minus a bony 950k redcreek i needed to run the drifty through
    im gonna need to ctr again
    nice weekend up there wasnt as crowded as i thought it was gonna be
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    got the old man int a few fish
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    supermoon was super cool
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  25. #425
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    Back from another kick ass weekend. Tons of bugs but fishing was slow. Hope everyone had a nice 4th










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