Nunya Creek

Discussion in 'Trip Reports with Pics' started by jmara6864, May 13, 2013.

  1. jmara6864

    jmara6864 Active Member

    If a picture is worth a thousand word then I should need to actually write anything in this post. I hope you enjoy this video of a trip we took two weeks ago.
     
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  2. jmara6864

    jmara6864 Active Member

    *Shouldn't
     
  3. nice work. I will be heading to my nunya creek in about 3 weeks for some fun
     
  4. Patrick Gould

    Patrick Gould Active Member

    Nunya hasn't been fishing well lately, but Rattlesnake is on fire.
     
  5. Skysoldier

    Skysoldier Trout Hunter

    Nice jmara I always enjoy your posts.
     
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  6. t_law

    t_law Active Member

    Nice vid, soundtrack needs work though ;)
     
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  7. Porter

    Porter Active Member

    Nice video...but why even handle that rattler? yikes...look liked he knew what he was doing but :rolleyes: ! (maybe experinience and story behind it....without any notice it comes across as a dumb attempt for entertainment in my view) ...they strike!!!!
     
  8. Greg Armstrong

    Greg Armstrong Active Member

    Moody Blues are cool - I think it works with the video just fine.
     
  9. David Dalan

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

    Fun fact. Almost all rattlesnake bites occur as the result of humans intentionally initiating contact. BUT, I did keep one (caught below lower granite dam) as a pet once...a LONG time ago :D

    Nice vid!
     
  10. jmara6864

    jmara6864 Active Member

    I have a lot of experience handling them. I've milked them for their venom and I have had a few as pets. Don't worry about me.
     
  11. David Dalan

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

    Not worried. Just rambling :)
     
  12. jmara6864

    jmara6864 Active Member

    70% of rattlesnake bites also involve alcohol...;)
     
  13. zen leecher aka bill w

    zen leecher aka bill w born to work, forced to fish

    don't forget religion. I had an ancestor bit that way. I chose "fish handling" as my offshoot.
     
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  14. Travis Bille

    Travis Bille Active Member

    I love the squatch whoops
     
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  15. kamishak steve

    kamishak steve Active Member

    Stellar vid. Don't tell anyone the name of that creek. Even me. I'm dying to know, and even if I did, I'd probably never visit, but the curiousity is killing me.
     
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  16. Patrick Gould

    Patrick Gould Active Member

    Great vid and music. I'm glad that you showed stalking on your stomach and the snake. Desert creek fishing is about as different from mountain stream fishing as it gets. There's no picture perfect gravel bars that you can stand on and lob out long distance casts. There is fly grabbing brush and spooky trout.
     
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  17. desert creek fishing tests an individuals vast array of ninja skills
    a picture of me at nunya creek below[​IMG]
     
  18. Brookie_Hunter

    Brookie_Hunter aka Dave Hoover

    I think I fished that exact stretch of water 3 weeks ago from what I can see from your video. I caught a few fish and I saw one fish the size you caught but I couldn't get him to bite. But the wind was gusting to 35 mph that day and the casting really sucked. I put down a lot of fish just trying to get the line on the water somewhere. I'm not a snake fan. Thankfully, I only saw one little one the day I was there.
     
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  19. jmara6864

    jmara6864 Active Member

    It was a little bit windy when we were there not unmanageable though.
     
  20. Daniel Silverberg

    Daniel Silverberg New Member

    Here are a few thousand more words from our weekend in the desert...

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