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  1. #101
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    Caddis are out and I have moved fish camp. We have a couple decent days in the forecast this week. Then by the weekend things turn to shit.


  2. #102
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    Turns out there are fish in the smith. Click image for larger version. 

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    "If we can't bring the mountain to the party, let's bring the PARTY to the MOUNTAIN!"

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    Harvest the ride.

  4. #104
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    L8APX: You appear to be crushing large browns this spring.

    How I spent Sunday:

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  5. #105
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    Thanks Mr Mike, some years are better than others. Looking forward to carp time.
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  6. #106
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    Today should be killer.


  7. #107
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    Well...April is over. All you mags that live out west know the magic of April I am sure.

    The local tailwater only yielded three fish during today’s lunch break...but what she lacked in numbers, she made up for with the final fish coming in at 22”. Always amazes me when these long fish get pulled out of tiny seams close to town.

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    Caddis time!


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  10. #110
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    Drove past your camp a bit ago Swimmy. Didnt fish with the crowds and headed east. Also got my 1st shot so no rowing/boat for me. Were heads popping yet?

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  11. #111
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    Tried catching some fish on a dry today because the caddis hatch was super strong yesterday on the lower river. Didn’t see a single rise and only had one come check out my fly in the hour I fished. Think I was an hour too late.

    Oh well...it was peaceful and spiritual and all that stuff people talk about. The lighting on the river was perfectly picturesque through town. Yada yada. Tomorrow I might jump out early from work again and bring the nymphing rod...will probably catch fish.


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  12. #112
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    Quote Originally Posted by lifelinksplit View Post
    Were heads popping yet?
    Yep. Today was better fishing. No hawgs but I did catch this beautiful west slope. Cool to see.



    Weather is about to turn to shit so I'm outta here in the morning.

  13. #113
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    ^^^ Man, that is a beautiful fish. ^^^


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  14. #114
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    Quote Originally Posted by swimmy View Post
    Yep. Today was better fishing. No hawgs but I did catch this beautiful west slope. Cool to see.



    Weather is about to turn to shit so I'm outta here in the morning.
    Nice. Always love to see westslope in the lower. Agree or disagree but putting the poison up cherry ck had an effect. Have a good friend up cherry towards Ted's land who has a very vocal opinion on such matters(good or bad).

    never seen so many brand new boats from warm to (cherry)/blacks. Also fuck that guy who parked his trailer across 4 spots.

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  15. #115
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    Thanks for the reply swimmy. Headed that way after hitting the other spot this morning. Nice to be wet wading and have heads popping. Currently raining cats and dogs.

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    Been really getting out a lot lately and the fishing has been great. Gonna have to mow the grass tomorrow and then mother’s day brunch.

    Not sure how long things will continue with our low snow pack...but glad to have a tailwater and hopefully this coming storm and cooler weather will help.


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  18. #118
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    Quote Originally Posted by swimmy View Post
    Yep. Today was better fishing. No hawgs but I did catch this beautiful west slope. Cool to see.



    Weather is about to turn to shit so I'm outta here in the morning.
    What a beautiful creature.
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  19. #119
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    theve been puttins the tigger muskies and wipers in our reservoirs to help control chub/shad populations and the higher ones have ice offed the past couple weeks had a till noon wind window

    spent the early morning throwing 6" junks to no avails while the troots rose
    finally downsized and scored the troots trifecta



    winds cranked up

    managed to anchor up in a bay and score a few more rainbows
    were water fucked and its gonna be a tough summer for a lot of waters


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    SFB, nice work out there. Still think about our trip on the ABC’s all the time. Would love to do that one again someday Mr Brown.
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    Rowed the old lady into some fish
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  22. #122
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    Mr. L8, you are catching some very nice fish.
    Well maybe I'm the faggot America
    I'm not a part of a redneck agenda

  23. #123
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    2021 GILL FUCKERS COMMUNITY THREAD


    Wifey stuck a few nice ones this weekend. Spring has been good . Waiting to see how runoff shapes up after our big fire season.


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  24. #124
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    Quote Originally Posted by plugboots View Post
    Mr. L8, you are catching some very nice fish.
    I second this! Impressive


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    2021 GILL FUCKERS COMMUNITY THREAD

    Found some water temps in the mid 50s and got on my first stripers of the year, this guy on a 6’’ paddle tail
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    got bites on topwater too
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