Discussion in 'Stillwater' started by Chef, Jan 15, 2011.
I may show up in the morning
I didn't get the chance to introduce myself and have a chat with Steve (Islander), Jeff Dodd, and Chef Tim a couple weeks ago. All that local knowledge! What was I thinking?:beathead:
Seems the local boys weren't as anxious to be on the water at 07:30 as us mainlanders. I think I pulled together enough clues to put faces to the names though. Steve hanging out by the cookies. Jeff in the nice pram, Tim talking about destination resorts in Oregon. I'll try to close that loop if you guys are out Monday. Blue WaterMaster.
Steve: feel free to grab whatever you would like. They will in the back of my toyato tacoma bed under the canopy. Feel free.
Having some people over for breakfest this morning. Cant beat eggs, buttered toast and bacon!
You boys better take your tie down hats and 50lb anchors if you plan on fishing Lone today. Its blowing about 30mph at my house, I'm up on a ridge in Shoreline.
I'll be watching a bear hunt in Chicago on the tele. Probably crying and tying flies!
Well, we're crying at half time. Are you tying Scott? That would make you 2 for 2.
Let's just say it was an awesome day at lone lake. Detail later.
chef did you get my pm?
can't wait to hear about lone lake today
Weather report for Monday AM on Lone Lake - Steady rain and no wind that I can detect.
:thumb: Awesome indeed! I ended up landing at least a dozen and missed countless others. The black bugger and leech patterns slayed 'em. I used a type IV line for the first time and it got me right down into the fish. On the other hand, I need to work on my chironomid indicator technique. I was asleep at the wheel on every take. I got distracted by the scenic wonders and a few cold beers... :beer1: Sure wish I could be out there again today with ya'll. Maybe next weekend...