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  1. #51
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    I'm a pretty good guide I suppose


    (sz. 14 prince nymph)
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  2. #52
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    Quote Originally Posted by ak_powder_monkey View Post
    I'm a pretty good guide I suppose


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    Thats nice...but its like putting up a pic of a ho-hum 13-inch pow day at Alta. We need sockeye and kings caught on obnoxious bunny strip leeches and the fisherman being chased down the gravel bar by an enraged brown this time of the year!
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  3. #53
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lumpy View Post
    AK-
    Thats nice...but its like putting up a pic of a ho-hum 13-inch pow day at Alta. We need sockeye and kings caught on obnoxious bunny strip leeches and the fisherman being chased down the gravel bar by an enraged brown this time of the year!
    Who the hell wants to catch sockeye and chinook? I'll take rainbows any day of the week, tomorrow or saturday I'll fish for 15 inch grayling over kings just because grayling rise to a dry (as do silvers ) Plus its not like a 13 inch day at alta its like a 13 inch day on the east coast as that is a mere 2 hour drive from my house and not a 2 hour flight (which will put me into those but they are stupid)
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  4. #54
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    Quote Originally Posted by ak_powder_monkey View Post
    Plus its not like a 13 inch day at alta its like a 13 inch day on the east coast as that is a mere 2 hour drive from my house and not a 2 hour flight (which will put me into those but they are stupid)
    2 hour drive puts me to Tuna.
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  5. #55
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    As long as we don't bring the "carp phenomena" into this mix, I'm good.
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  6. #56
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    two blues from Block Island last weekend.

    on the fly:


    and a 9lb-er which was a fun fight on light tackle. Bitch wouldn't keep still for the photo



    and the picture of the striper I caught for the cookout...

    [img] i can't catch bass [/img]
    ...And the greatest ice must crumble when it's flower's time to grow.

  7. #57
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    A couple Brownie shots from last week on the Green.
    Float/camped B&C. Saw 2 other boats in 3 days. Good dry fly fishing w/ terrestrials.


    Stoked to fish dog shot

    AKPM nice Bow , but a good guide wouldn't make his "Dude" hump around in neopream. He'd give up his goretex.
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  8. #58
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    SFB-
    Is Red Creek not clouding up the mix?
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  9. #59
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    No crystal clear. It han't rained in a while and it takes a pretty good gully washer to muck it up. They are raising the flows every day, but not till noon so, The water doesnt reach the B or C sections till late evening. Low water =
    much better dry fly fishing.
    "When the child was a child it waited patiently for the first snow and it still does"- Van "The Man" Morrison
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  10. #60
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    Quote Originally Posted by skifishbum View Post
    AKPM nice Bow , but a good guide wouldn't make his "Dude" hump around in neopream. He'd give up his goretex.
    you obviously know different guides than i do.

    they might try to convince the 'dude' that neoprene was better than goretex, but they would never let a client have their waders.

    nice fish though, looks like a great time. was that up in flaming gorge?
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    Back from the future with another small striper...

    Ft. Tilden, NY last night. Gorgeous night, lots of hits and misses. Too many bluefish, but did find this one...


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    bump over spam

  13. #63
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    4lbs off the dock.



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    Quote Originally Posted by skifishbum View Post
    Fish stoke hell yeah

    Just booked a trip back to the Italio river AK this Sept spots open if anybody wants some of this.
    When you going? I was thinking of heading down to SE for some deer hunting this fall and may be interested.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy_B View Post
    4lbs off the dock.



    What lake is that? Oakland County?


    You ever fish in Island Lake SRA?
    Looking California, feeling Minnesota.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigsugar View Post
    What lake is that? Oakland County?


    You ever fish in Island Lake SRA?

    Maceday Lake in Waterford.

    Nope I don't travel to many different lakes (inland). I live on Maceday and Louts lakes. I have however fished the Huron River down there for smallies...

    Why whats over there?
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  17. #67
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    My son's first time fishing. We did well, considering. 40-50mph gusts -- he was in the chest carrier with a blanket wrapped around him. He slept the whole time. B/C of the carrier I couldn't bend over to net the fish, and lost two while fumbling around.



    3 walleye, 23", 17", and 16", all caught off our dock. All long since eaten. The big one's hiding one of the smaller ones.

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    Nothing big but a nice shot. North fork of the Teanaway river. Hopefully I will feel confident enough to drag my camera to the beach and snap some Pink and Silver luv.

    Last edited by KIRinPNW; 08-13-2007 at 11:39 PM. Reason: JONG

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    15 & 16 lb silvers from Prince William Sound:



    10-12" Cutts from Kindy Creek in the N. Cascades



    15" Cutt from Lake Rowena in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness last week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KIRinPNW View Post
    Nothing big but a nice shot. North fork of the Teanaway river. Hopefully I will feel confident enough to drag my camera to the beach and snap some Pink and Silver luv.

    N. Fk. Teanaway, huh? You're the first person I've ever seen catch anything out of there. I've tried and failed a couple times and I've seen other people fishing it with no results also. Good on ya!
    ...Some will fall in love with life and drink it from a fountain that is pouring like an avalanche coming down the mountain...

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  21. #71
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    The fish seemed to be really dispersed throughout the river. There are a bunch of nice holes and runs that don't hold fish so its best to start by the second bridge crossing on N. Fk. Teanaway river road and keep pushing down. Really pretty river with Mt. Stuart looming in the distance.

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    A few of the summer 2007 fish caught....Locations: Boundry Waters, Northern WI, Winnipeg, Kenora, Manaki.












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    ^^ 'bout time somebody else posted up some walleye....

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    My father in law off the coast of Gay Head, Martha's Vineyard (sorry...Aquinnah) with a striper.


    The others we caught that day...



    Tamarindo, Costa Rica - yellowfins - not nearly as big but I'll go fishing in Costa Rica anyday over Massachusetts.

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    I call this shot "Wasting Bait"...

    King Salmon, Big Manistee, Michigan. Circa 10/15/05... didn't get out last year but just scheuduled a trip for 10/6 - stoked.

    yeah... its kinda dark and had been in the river a while but still fun. Daughter caught this one but didn't want to touch it! LOL...

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