Fifteenth times a charm, crummy picture, anyone know who & where?
C:\My Documents\chatham moon2.bmp
Note the raised pinky - proper ettiquette of course!! :D
12-02-2001, 11:00 AM
Roop - can't see the picture you posted. Anyone else having trouble?
12-02-2001, 11:09 AM
Unless you've photod a little red cross
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Dying to see the picture!
This is my last shot.
Attach image button not available when editing posts.
Try a jpeg or gif file instead of a bmp file?
12-02-2001, 04:51 PM
Juro on some rocky coast.:confused:
12-02-2001, 04:52 PM
perhaps this will help a little...very little
12-02-2001, 05:24 PM
It's Juro - somewhere on the Rhody Coast.
Sorry for the crummy quality. This is the worst (quality) photo I've taken.
It's Juro, in Chatham, 2 springs ago.
The end of a great day - it's rare to catch him on the water when the moon comes up so I had to take the picture...
12-03-2001, 08:23 AM
Juro doesn't do rocky coasts cause there ain't none at the Capes elbow. ;)
Looks sorta like him though.
I knew right away but held back... my journal would have probably read:
"First outing of the year, scouting on the weekend before the spring clave. Roop and I 4x4'ed into the backside of Stage. Found the fishing hot. Nice fish on the west bar on the flood, nice fish in the deep holes on the run where they keep the weir poles (drag marks).
We are stripping the fly very differently. One of us is hooking fish after fish. ;) Then Jeff breaks out the wupping stick using the pince of tides on the inner flat, landing a very nice spring striper, the best fish of the day.
Near twilight, I come back to the one little lonely rockpile on the entire sandy inlet where I started that day. In the twilight I see some nice sized fish pulling into the ebb of the rocks, so close I could hit them with the rod and barely visible. Flip the fly out, twitch, BANG! Out goes the flyline.
A great day from start to finish, on to the spring clave!"
Terry, this was the year of the famous Bass River clave if I am not mistaken. Thanks again for that BTW. Roop thanks for the memory... if I am in fact correct in that information.
You got it right, partially...
This was the scouting trip before the 2nd Monomoy clave.
Great time, funny, I only pulle done fish out of there this year.
12-03-2001, 07:03 PM
Funny, I first thought it was roop having a standing c-section! Some guys would fish through anything.... Was that the day you delivered witchy-po?