Grande Ronde HELP 11/2-11/4

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  1. bconrad

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    I don't think it would matter if he told you anyways. They'll all change after the first high water!
     
  2. Ryan Nathe

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    I was joking. Anyways, some of the holes up there are fairly constant year to year.
     
  3. Dec Hogan

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    I know you were joking (actually it was pretty funny!), so was I.
     
  4. JS

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    Hugging it out seems to be the only way to end this thread.........:rofl: Let the big bear get his paws on ya.
     
  5. Zen Piscator

    Zen Piscator Supporting wild steelhead, gravel to gravel.

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    Big gulps...I'm out.

    Cya at 9 sharp with arms wide open.
     
  6. David Dalan

    David Dalan 69°19'15.35" N 18°44'22.74" E

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    Another reason for me to stay off the GR 'till January :)
     
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    OM,

    Touche! Ya' got me.

    Mark,

    See above comment. Yeah, I sure as hell hope it isn't old age; we can leave that to OM Jim.

    Zen,

    I'm entertained to know I'm not worth a shit, as I'm still fond of Mustad 3399As and 3658Cs for summer steelheading. But maybe Mr. Chrome has grown tired of my respect for traditional hooks or cheapness, take your pick, and has therefore decided to render me skunked this past summer.

    Obiwan,

    I think you're about 100 grains too heavy.

    Hugs at Boggan's makes me want to fish the Wenatchee.
     

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