Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Jason Decker, Jun 4, 2007.
I just appreciate it when somebody takes the time to post a report with pics. Nice fish...
Thats actaully a rusthead- Idaho subspecies of anadramous rainbows.
Nice cleavage shot, Zen.
Ouch, I'm a Jerk.
Jason, you should just post a picture of your first four knuckles and a ruler. That would settle it.
Agreed wholeheartedly. Especially when it is a Cedar pig like this one ...
My goodness, how do these things turn into pissing matches? Mine's bigger than your is...nah-nah. Is this really how we want to spend our time in this "community"?
I know for a fact that we can razz each other in a good way, what say we try that for a while?
Ya'll can take a lesson from Mingo on that. He knows how to swing with a smile and get one in return.
Roper = Man of reason !! Mingo = Man of humor !!
So, where on the Cedar River is legal to fly fish? I am in Maple Valley and would like to try it, but I thought it was closed.
It's not fishable along Highway 169 is it?
Your help is sincerely appreciated.
Teriffic report Jason and thanks for sharing. It's good to see that one doesn't need to travel to the opposite corner of the state in order to find nice fish. I used to have a more flexible work schedule and your report sure does make me miss it.
Makes you want to get out and go tomorrow ....thanks for report/pics
Good report Jason! Thanks...
Hey brotha, I totaly believe that fish is 24 inches. Pics can be decieving. I landed a 22.5 inch bow on the upper yak and some ass made a comment that it is more like 17 inches. I measured the f'n thing my self with tape. It sucks when people can't simply appreciate a good fishing report. Playa haters.
check regs??? it's open along 169.
Closed above Landsburg Bridge. Have at it!
Great report Jason. Thanks for sharing.
I was fishing with Jason and can vouch for the size of that fish. It was a beauty. Only a 1/2 hour from home to catch a fish like that. Awesome!!
Kevin= Man of peace!!:beer2:
Kevin + Yuhina = Brown Noses (JK) :beer2:
question...why does it matter how big the fish was. It was a toad by cedar standard and thats what matters....that being said, I dont think it was 24 inches. I've measured alot of summer run steelhead that dont even hit 24 inches so unless decked is 6'6'' I'm skeptical. We all get excited about catching biy fish, and we all exaggerate, nothing wrong with that, its part of the sport and part of the fun
PS- Zen you shouldve caught that fish 8 months ago
Fish and boobs are two things worth exaggaration.
"She was at least a DD!!!!"