Fishing Report.... WOW!

Discussion in 'Stillwater' started by Chef, Dec 28, 2010.

  1. Chef New Member

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    I thought ed was talking about the sex lady in red.
  2. Islander Steve

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    I actually had a "schedule" yesterday unfortunatly. The wife had a massive migraine so I had to run some errands and then play nurse-maid most of the day. I would have liked to fish as it was some of the best weather we have had in a while. I figured since Ed was traveling all that way for the first time to Lone I should at least "help a brotha out". Glad you guys got into some fish. Yesterday was the day to go, this morning we woke up to a couple inches of snow.
  3. gdbrill Tight Lines

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    Hi Chef, nice looking pontoon and fish.
  4. Scott Salzer previously micro brew

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    Steve:

    Hope the wife is feeling better. I've never had a "massive" migrain but I have had a few in the past - pretty debilitating.

    MB
  5. maryfish New Member

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    looks yummy! both of mine were on a black w/ red rib snow cone. (i got the modern midges book from santa!) -- it worked!

    looking forward to the next trip.
    m
  6. Chef New Member

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    Was thinking of going out on Saturday......
  7. scottflycst Active Member

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    Chef,
    What line did you use yesterday?
  8. Chef New Member

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    Started the day with the type six it was way too hard for me to control around the bank and switched to a sink tip. It it a pretty shallow lake.
  9. scottflycst Active Member

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    Yep, I usually use a Type 3 this time of year but if the fish are showing, a clear intermediate will work just as well.
  10. Irafly Active Member

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    When I fish Lone, if I fish streamers or without a indicator (which is rare) I use an intermediate stillwater. The line is easy to control and when bank fishing you can control the depth much easier.

    I might be up for Saturday if the sister and brother in law are not able to make it over from Walla Walla.

    Ira..
  11. Ed Call Mumbling Moderator

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    I started with a Cortland Camo intermediate but once I saw a few fish flashing the fin I switched to a floater with a 9' leader. My casting was for crap, but eventually it all worked out well and some decided to come and play. Nice lake. I focused on the first area Steve pointed out, figured that my time there would be best spent focused and not just wandering around. 93 acres is quite a bit bigger than the lakes I normally fish. You picked a great playground Chef. Thanks for getting the ball rolling on the outing.
  12. Mark Yoshida Active Member

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    Great report from all of you. I wish I was there. I am hoping to make it soon. I need a new license (fishing and driving). More in a post later.
  13. Islander Steve

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    Did someone drop their wallet in the lake???? :hmmm:
  14. Mark Yoshida Active Member

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    That would have been better if I did. I may have been wet but not soaked as bad. They got the money and tried to use the Ccards. If I get my fishing license, I am coming up there this weekend. I need some fun.