Grande ROnde with Love

Discussion in 'Spey Clave' started by dreamonafly, Mar 23, 2011.

  1. dreamonafly

    dreamonafly Member

    Just got back from my trip to the grande ronde, amazing would be an understatement, spending time with good friends and catch fish wasn't it; or me hooking not one but two steelhead this trip, the true high light was meeting up with leroy on monday morning and the time we spend on the river was most cherished, the knowledge, pointers, small tips and the wisdom he taught me, was how the two fish was caught..also thanks everyone for the PM, looking to meet up with all of you soon.. thank you
     
  2. stewart dee

    stewart dee Guest

    Good Job with the couple fish to hand. :beer1:
     
  3. Blake Harmon

    Blake Harmon Active Member

    Well done!
     
  4. golfman65

    golfman65 Guest

    Don't show Stew your "secret spot"....he missed you...
     
  5. stewart dee

    stewart dee Guest

    Jimmy, I can tell you with no B.S. Golfman was packed and headed your direction. I told him you moved to a different unknown river. What an upset bloke, heartbroken, crocodile tears and up all night just sick to his tummy. Jimmy send Golfy a PM of those nice fish you tangled with.
     
  6. golfman65

    golfman65 Guest

    WoW....you two need a room?
     
  7. stewart dee

    stewart dee Guest

    A padded room for you =:thumb:
     
  8. isaacfab

    isaacfab Member

    Trip sounds awesome.
     
  9. dreamonafly

    dreamonafly Member

    Indeed was everything I hope for and more, hooking into two stilly on the swing for the first time, was what i been waiting for, we hook into 9 fish out of 4 of us..

    I am not trying to step on anyone tails, I was told they are all tired and spawned out fish(may red, brown or blue fish), but that not the case, out of 9 fish one fish was spawned out. all fish was hatchery fish, all released exact 3..they were all quite chrome, and gave me a fight of my life, maybe its due to the high water or fast water or my blood was rushing too fast to my head..

    BTW Golfy... I am not too sure about Stewart anymore, he so caught up into these Beads stuff lately; I just not sure anymore, he my Bead up the river; so it you duty to take care of him..OK???????HEHE

    can anyone pm or tell me how to post pictures on here please.. thanks jimmy
     
  10. Eric Tarcha

    Eric Tarcha gear whore

    good job jimmy! cheers man!
     
  11. Matthew LeBret

    Matthew LeBret Active Member

    Sounds like a great trip:thumb: Glad it worked out for you guys and you were able to hook on some fish!!
     
  12. Jeff Coria

    Jeff Coria Member

    Glad you had a great time. Let's get some pics up!
     
  13. Panhandle

    Panhandle Active Member

    Ya, I wanna see those chrome march fish. J/k
     
  14. dreamonafly

    dreamonafly Member

    hello Pan.. not quite chrome, but fought great.. how was your trip to the NU???
     
  15. dreamonafly

    dreamonafly Member

    thanks guys for your help, on downloading pictures up here.. thanks

    heres some more
     
  16. Panhandle

    Panhandle Active Member

    Nice moves, man. Glad you had a wonderful trip.
     
  17. rick matney

    rick matney Active Member

    Good looking fish and great job. I guess some people just might not have a very good understanding of those systems or fish in them. Good for you to power through the BS and go catch fish!
     
  18. dreamonafly

    dreamonafly Member

    thanks RIck:

    got alot of help along the way, but It was will worth it.. I been chasing them since november, nothing till now; it was defintiely worth the wait..
    that why grande ronde will alway be this special river to me.... it was tough fishing condition, high, cloudy and fast water, but that didnt detour us from fishing.. 9 fish in three day,out of 4 guys and everyone caught fish.. thanks grande ronde
     
  19. golfman65

    golfman65 Guest

    Jimmy tell me you bonked those fish you dragged up in the mud and left on the beach???

    Otherwise, you need to learn how to handle fish your returning to the water cause that is some bad shit...I thought stew taught you better...

    They look like they've been clipped but still no excuse for dragging any fish your returning to the water through the mud and on it's side in the dirt...OK!!!
     
  20. stewart dee

    stewart dee Guest

    I did! Is that not how its done? Man this one time at band camp.......... we fished the local river. Bead up a really big fish, mud wrestled for a few then we shook it real violent just to teach it a lesson. After numerous pictures out of water and a release the fish was so happy. We seen it later on the beach catching some warm sun and resting on its back. Its all good!