A Dream for The Cooler Future!

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by ceviche, Jul 29, 2003.

  1. ceviche

    ceviche Active Member

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    Yo All!

    I just saw this on the National Forest website. Drool on for when the temps cool!

    <http://www.fs.fed.us/r6/fishing/forests/gofishing/mtbsno_lakes.html>

    Veni, Vedi, Ceviche! :thumb
     
  2. Rob Blomquist

    Rob Blomquist Formerly Tight Loops

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    What a nice little site. I am with you on doing a little fishing in some of the NF spots listed.

    Rob
     
  3. Old Man

    Old Man Just an Old Man

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    Them pictures are nice. I like the one on Coal Lake.I've heard some stories on that lake on what is in there. But why spoil it and just let you go there. You can drive almost all the way there.

    Jim
     
  4. pwoens

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    How does the Sauk fish?? It looks like a pristine littel water flow?? I like the looks of it :thumb

    ~Patrick ><>
     
  5. Backyard

    Backyard SANCHO!

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    Cool site! Thanks
     
  6. Jay Allyn

    Jay Allyn The Poor-Student Fly Fisher

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    You just had to show me thouse lakes when I can't get to them right now 'cause I'm too busy. Waaahhhhh!!!! :bawling :bawling

    Some people constently look like they are in dire need of help, winter steelhead fishermen are some of these people.
     
  7. Old Man

    Old Man Just an Old Man

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    What do you want to fish in that dirty river for. Below the White Chuck it starts to get dirty and below the Suaittle it really gets bad. Besides these rivers flow to fast for a dry sider. The reason for the dirty is Glacial melt flowing into the river. I've seen it run like wet cement in the summer that is coming out of the Suaittle. Aren't pictures nice,but they don't really tell the story.

    Jim

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    P.S. I just looked at the picture after I wrote and it still doesn't look like that picture. That picture looks like Sloan Creek where the Mosquitoes are as big as Eagles. And that picture of the Foss is the one I told you about this spring.

    Jim
     
  8. fishtech

    fishtech God, I love fishing!

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    Wow! I just got back from fishing the Naches near Yakima. It was hotter than hades. Surprizingly, I caught quite a few fish, mostly bows. Now if I could just move my sunburned, fluid deprived body, I'd try to find a pristine lake like the one in the pic. Thanks for sharing.
     
  9. worldanglr

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    Off to the airport for Juneau in a half hour. Forecast is for 65 and raining for the next ten days, so I'm in heaven! No more 95 degree weather for me, I'll be thinking about you guys, I assure you :thumb

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