Lone Lake Sunday 1/30/2011

Discussion in 'Stillwater' started by Chef, Jan 24, 2011.

  1. Chef New Member

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    Ladies and Gentleman.... to close January 2011... I think it's only right to do the same that we did at the beginging of this month.... with a little trip to Lone.

    Loren (silverbullet) and I have decided to meet up at Lone on Sunday the 30th. I will of course... be brining some treats...yummmmy!

    Anyone Game??????????????
  2. guitarfisher Jeff W.

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    Count me in, Chef :thumb:
  3. willburrrr2003 Member

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    I think I can make it too :)
  4. Chef New Member

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    jeff: you gonna be there at 2 am again?
  5. Gregg Lundgren Now fishing on weekdays too!

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    Hey Chef, You may have quite a few WFF "guest viewers" there as well if the weather is good. This last weekend I overheard someone ask if there was a group outing taking place, as there were so many fishers. The answer was "No, but there have been great reports on that WFF web site."

    I realize there are pros and cons to modifying the way I personally post reports, but this experience has indeed influenced me. I would like to say, the more the merrier, at least to a point. I kind of like the idea Luke brought forward, where there was a sub-forum for registered members, but that brings forward another set of issues and policies the Site Administrator would have to deal with.

    I also have to personally consider, that more detailed reports have provided the necessary interest leading me to new places and friends. A dilemma I guess.
  6. Chef New Member

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    Gregg: I would agree with you. I learned a long time ago from Chefs I have worked with that you shouldnt take anything to the grave. Be willing to share, help, and teach others because more then likely, we have all needed help one time or another. And to be honest, a lot of lakes are no seceret at all. And if you want to fish alone, just dont post up an invite.

    I guess it depends on why you fish. For me, its fun, exciting, thrilling, great to talk and meet with people, great to learn and hopefully catch fish and if not, it doesnt matter. :)
  7. maryfish New Member

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    I can't fish Sundays until 2/20 due to skiing and football (go steelers!) commitments. But I am hoping to get out to a lake on Saturday 1/29 (Weather conditions permitting, I'm hoping to hit one of the following: Lone, RSL, Pass.)
  8. Jeff Dodd Active Member

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    On the up side: Fly fishermen make it more difficult for the poachers... and yesterday, I only saw 3 or 4 fishermen on the lake.
  9. Irafly Active Member

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    I've fished Lone for a lot of years and to be honest with you it is great to see more guys out there because more guys equals more knowledge for me as well, which equals more fish for me. Granted I'm bound to give up just as much as I get in. No biggie though, I'm happy to share.

    Ira..
  10. Loren Jensen Active Member

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    like chef said, i'll be out there for my first time, and with 100% no one there i know. should be a good time. hopefully i can find the damn place. not to thread jack, but any specific patterns i should tie?
  11. willburrrr2003 Member

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    Ive been told by a couple of my local fly shops that leech patterns work well out there. Also been told Chironomids fish good there.
  12. Loren Jensen Active Member

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    thanks willy!
  13. guitarfisher Jeff W.

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    HA! :rofl:

    Only if the ferry's run that early ;)
  14. Irafly Active Member

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    Have family in town, I will not make this one.

    Ira..
  15. Chef New Member

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    shit jeff.... my friend got off of work at 1 am and saw some guy in a pontoon crossing the water to the island. I bet it was you.
  16. Islander Steve

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    If you bring cookies I'll show you my "secret spots" on Lone.:rofl::rofl::rofl:
  17. Chef New Member

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    That a deal steve! You gonna actually fish with us this time around? Chiroimide fish??? :)
  18. Loren Jensen Active Member

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    sitting here in greenhouse managment class, so bored that the only worthy thing i can do is make some poor drawings of fish and think to myself how this trip will be on sunday.

    fishing is always on my mind.
  19. Scott Salzer previously micro brew

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    All who head out on the 30th, keep an eye out for the bait chucker in the blue truck. He isn't even subtle about it. Make sure you at least have the poaching hotline.

    MB
  20. Irafly Active Member

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    Or all together you could approach him and make it ever so subtle that you do not appreciate his presence. Then the hotline and the police.

    Ira..