A new species of fish on the skagit

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  1. Havok

    Havok The Great and Powerful Noob

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    and any where else I fish :rofl:
     

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    That's an odd looking fly rod too.
     
  3. Havok

    Havok The Great and Powerful Noob

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    Shazbot...............ya the fly pole got put back into the case cause we where leaving. that pole's not mine I swear.
     
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    This kids alright. He just has been fishing with me and I think that my bad luck has rubbed off of me to him.And if this bad luck continues,I might just give up on fishing and go right to drinking. At least when I did that I felt better. :(

    Jim
     
  5. ak_powder_monkey

    ak_powder_monkey Proud to Be Alaskan

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    Thats not a new species, I believe its called a skunk :beer1:
     
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    C Van coming soon to a stream near you

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    and it has been my experiance that the skunk is well stocked in all of Washington's water
     
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    Havok The Great and Powerful Noob

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    what do fish look like again.......











    funny story > :beer2: :beer1: :rofl: :ray1: ;) :ray1: ;) :rolleyes: :beathead: repeat
     
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    ak_powder_monkey Proud to Be Alaskan

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    This is a fish

    [​IMG] :)

    The goofy looking guy is me :D
     
  9. Addicted_2_Fishing

    Addicted_2_Fishing Fly-Newbie

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    Powdermonkey is that on the cedar river? that spot looks familiar :confused:
     
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    Not gunna catch any grayling on the Cedar :)

    -I
     
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    Grayling on the Cedar! That would be sweetness!
     
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    Grayling anywhere in Washington would really be cool. Wait...I remember seeing on TV some lake that had grayling in it. Not sure if it was here.
     
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    I think that there is on in Skagit Co. Or Whatcom Co. and there was one in Snohomish Co. But then again I could be wrong as to what county they are in.

    Jim..... Sometime I know a little and most of the time I know nothing. :beer1:
     

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