Boooooyaaa!!!

Discussion in 'Spey Clave' started by Panhandle, Jan 30, 2011.

  1. Leroy Laviolet Aint no nookie like chinookie

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    do'n it 4 the chinookie
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    ahh, so we were on the dreaded SF !!:rofl:
    I heard there was some doode on the fork wearing a fake rubber nose and glasses with a huge fake wig, wearing a loop jacket, yard'n spawners of the redds with beads and indis ... See 'em?:rofl:
  2. Panhandle Active Member

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    I have strong opinions and express them with equal energy. The downside of this personality trait is you look like an ass when you're wrong as mark has so kindly illustrated above. Though I stand behind the foundation of my words, most of my full understanding of the Clearwater fishery was weak or all together wrong. In other words, I was ignorant, probably still am. All the fish we caught looked like late october early november fish and were in great shape. This was my first time fishing the Clearwater after december. Though I don't plan on making a habit of it, it was fun and I'll be back. Go ahead bring it, I deserve it. :clown:
  3. Jergens AKA Joe Willauer

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    Hahahaha, thank you Mark. Way to acknowledge your changing opinion Pan, I was waiting for someone to bring that post up, wasn't there something like 5 pages of you and Matney bantering about when fresh fish enter the CW? Sweet fish regardless, Bonk!
  4. Randall Dee Castaway

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    I remember that post. Expressing an opinion is one thing, being a tool about it is another. How's that toe fungus taste?
  5. flatheadmatt Member

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    Alberton MT
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    Nice fish pan! SICK!!
  6. Panhandle Active Member

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    Cool, Randall.
  7. Leroy Laviolet Aint no nookie like chinookie

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    do'n it 4 the chinookie
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  8. Tyler B Member

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    "Though I don't plan on making a habit of it, it was fun and I'll be back" What the hell? Holy contradiction bat man? Adam it totally ok to have fun its called fishing that is the whole idea and its ok to do it as much as you want, whats not ok is to tell others not to, especially with ignorance to back it up. Kudos to you to admit your faults, we are human, fishing is a primal thing that obviously does weird things to man, enjoy your self wether it be on the South fork or other rivers, fill your freezer, feed your family, tease your buddy be a goof ball just dont piss in everyone elses soup. PS. just remember...what comes around
  9. Leopardbow Member

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    Thick fish!
  10. rick matney Active Member

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    I wasn't gonna say anything, but thumbs up to you (I don't know how to do the fancy little decal happy smiley dude.)
  11. John Hicks Owner and operator of Sea Run Pursuits

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    Pan,

    Good fish. You are welcome in my boat any time you want.
  12. Panhandle Active Member

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    Tyler, you are one weird dude.
  13. Salmo_g Active Member

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    Pan,

    I am shocked and dismayed. I don't know enough about the CW fishery to comment further. Crap, everything I know about it past the end of October I learned from reading your posts here.

    Sg
  14. Panhandle Active Member

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    Goodness gracious! These are summer fish that enter in early summer (A's). In the fall the B's come in numbers through november. However, new fish, though very small in numbers continue to filter in through the winter. The ratio of fish that are beat up vs. Spring chickens is poor. Look at pictures of fish caught in late february into march. High water pushed a bunch of fish up high and put fish in places that they usually don't arrive to until a month from now (SF). An anomoly fishing situation occured and I took advantage it, that's it.
  15. Tyler B Member

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    Thanks! Thats what Im going for. Weird is ripping some kid a while ago for wanting to have some fun on the South Fork in the winter, and then post a picture of yourself doing just that, actually thats called being a hypocrite. Why not make it a habit? Afraid you might have too much fun catching some big ass fish on beads and bobbers, its like that old joke what do fat chicks and mopeds have in common? both fun to ride until your friends see you on one. Weird is that hat...you said bring it.
  16. Panhandle Active Member

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    What I'm saying is that you creep me out. Your only posts on this site are you giving me shit in a real personal way. I get it, I strike a chord with you. I can safely say its something from your past and really has nothing to do with me. Its just weird, ya know.
  17. Charles Sullivan dreaming through the come down

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    Fishing for hatchery fish in March is fine.

    Nymphing for steelhead is like bringing home a fat chick.

    Go Sox,
    cds
  18. Panhandle Active Member

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    Didn't say it was, just not my cup of tea. I prefer my meat pink as opposed to white.
  19. Leroy Laviolet Aint no nookie like chinookie

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    do'n it 4 the chinookie
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  20. Richard Torres Active Member

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    It's okay Pan.. We all know those long lonely Selkirk nights snowbound in the cabin bring out the fever.

    It's really not your fault.:clown:

    Oh by the way, a beautiful fish.