|03-28-2004 09:58 AM|
|03-24-2004 09:55 AM|
|andre||nothing else needs to be said very nice!|
|03-23-2004 11:15 PM|
|sean||I wish I was out there... Thinking I may have a mykiss day on Friday....the short head is calling|
|03-23-2004 10:38 PM|
No M/M but Mountain Dew
Up on the river today at 7:00A.M. off river 5:00P.M.
CND Skagit & SA line amazing again!
But great day
But Wet fly is going shopping!
He tried my set up, after trying it he was mad at me for letting him use it!
The more people try this setup, they all get mad at me?
Sparkey you better call Juro and Bruce
|03-23-2004 09:37 AM|
It might just be the T&T. For that reason, I had already decided that my next trip up would be a CND day.
A couple days of rain might just do the trick too.
By the way, I fished the tip on Saturday. That little fella gets down
|03-22-2004 10:39 PM|
Glorius day!. Unfortunately, I had the same results as Sinktip.
Went out again today, which was another great day and saw not one other person fishing were I went. However, I has the same result as on Saturday.
I suppose we are not holding are mouth in the proper position. Then again, it may be the result of using a T&T rod.
|03-22-2004 08:44 PM|
Guess you just need to tie up that "magic fly" that catches them all. I've stayed away from that guy as much as I possibly can. But good for a laugh.
Well, I have a different story on spring. Went out fishing with a friend. Wanted to check out my shoulder (which did better, so hoping that progress is being made). But guess what???? Made it to the Nooch in the AM, and had SNOWED!!!! Still fresh snow around. Then, had sleet and hail off and on the rest of the day. Would heat up occasionally, then drop down and start raining/sleeting again. No win. Had one on and lost it. Not many boats (we were fishing the upper drift at 7400). Topped the morning out by standing up while we were swapping gear and guy on sticks decided to turn the boat on me (he wasn't looking to see if everyone was sitting down). Went into the drink. LOL. Found out that you WILL float in breathables. Came right back to surface. Was funny actually. Friend apologized, but was funny. Thank god for driftboat heaters. :hehe:
|03-22-2004 06:23 PM|
Brian some would say I am a little too into makers mark
|03-22-2004 06:12 PM|
SS Sink Tip
I don't know what to say to you!
Keep trying!:hehe: :hehe:
|03-22-2004 04:42 PM|
I prayed there too but no screaming hardy for me.
Course I didn't land 20 steelhead like some infamous internet presense did either. Damn but I am a failure.
Way to go Sean!
|03-22-2004 03:46 PM|
But I didn't know your into Markers Mark:hehe:
|03-22-2004 02:34 PM|
|KerryS||There is nothing better in the morning then the sound of a Bougle' complaining as a fresh Skagit spring steelhead tears line from it's spool.|
|03-22-2004 01:39 PM|
Better than the Bahamas??
Well at least yesterday was.
Anybody get out and fish up north yesterday or saturday? What a beautiful weekend.
Nothing like spring steelheading on the skagit/sauk.
This list goes on and on:
-The part timers have left to chase trout
-Swinging flies in short sleaves
-Not seeing a soul in your favorite run at first light
-praying for steel at the chapel
-Seeing the flood did leave a few runs fishing well
-Breaking in the new (well to me at least) FJ60 on some backroads.
-The sound of a clean snake roll in the morning
-SA short head spey
-Losing a fish
and last but not least....
Not getting low holed
Spring is here