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02-14-2003 07:10 PM
HERON All but the Atlantic salmon i had three shots and missed all of them
as for how many in one day fall steelie , king , brown , coho , brookie' laker

I have caught steel in B C Oregon Idaho Wisconsin Indiana Michigan .
01-17-2003 03:28 PM
removed_by_request Only because of where we live. If we lived near them we probably would have caught a couple by now.
01-17-2003 08:44 AM
pmflyfisher Need them on the list probably hardest part of the slam.

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01-17-2003 04:35 AM
removed_by_request Aren't many coasters around, besides they are char and not salmonids so you could take them off the list.
01-16-2003 10:19 PM
pmflyfisher I know what you are talking about.

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01-16-2003 10:11 PM
removed_by_request one word.. North. your buddy M.S. wrote it up many moons ago.

you'll have to pass all the lower Mi. streams and head for big water and fish.
01-16-2003 10:04 PM
pmflyfisher Going to have to get up there and try and try to add three more species to my GL slam list. Pink, atlantic, and Pinook.

Wheres the best place for Coaster brook trout opportunites ? You can PM me on that if you like don't want to give it away to the world.

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01-16-2003 09:13 PM
removed_by_request The Garden is an amazing river, gets way too much pressure now.

Guess a Superior one day grand slam would be Atlantic, Steel, pink, king, and Pinook. Funny thing is that goal is possible believe it or not.
01-16-2003 07:03 PM
dansteelieman
yep...

Lake Superior sustains an adequete population of pinooks. Rivers such as the Garden can have good numbers of them at times. Both kings and pinks spawn in the Garden, and the numbers are enourmous. Sometimes the result will be the genetic cross of this Pinook!
01-16-2003 06:25 PM
removed_by_request They have them in Lake Superior either the Ste. rapids or Garden river. They run fairly large and are around when the kings and pinks hit the streams.

Lots of guys catch them up there timing is the key.
01-16-2003 04:33 PM
pmflyfisher Are the Pinhooks in Lake Superior only ?

I don't think I would recognize one if I caught one would think it was a deformed salmon of some type, and want to get it off my line ASAP .

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01-16-2003 09:16 AM
silverdoc
Pinook???

Pinooks are a male Pink salmon x Female Chinook hybrid.
Hooked one in the Manistique(about 6#), had it to my feet before it tore loose
Michigan Fisheries recognizes the cross & requires 15# for a Master Angler Award. That little one tore me up, can't imagine 15#'s......
01-16-2003 08:52 AM
pmflyfisher Bob,

It looks like your the man, however to be a GLs slam would have to be caught from GL waters.

I think I know where you will be heading to get the slam.

Whats a pinook ?

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01-15-2003 10:24 PM
silverdoc Trout
1.Steelhead - summer run- Y

2.Steelhead - winter run- Y

3.Brook trout - Coasters- Y

4.Lake trout- Y

5.Brown trout- Y

6.Tiger trout- Y

7.Splake- Y

Salmon

6.Atlantic salmon-Do Adirondack landlocks count?

7.King(chinook) salmon- Y

8.Coho salmon- Y

9.Pink salmon- Y

10.Pinook- hooked and almost landed
01-15-2003 10:07 PM
Lipripper Tigers are caught on the N.branch of the Ausable every now and then. Wild too.
LR
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