Pass Lake on Thursday?

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  1. Diehard

    Diehard aka Justin

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    It looks like the rivers are gone for a while, anyone up for a trip to Pass on Thurs? Myself and Icanfly will be there for the afternoon/evening.
     
  2. Monk

    Monk Redneck

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    Check your PM's
     
  3. Matt Smith

    Matt Smith On the river Noyb

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    I'll Be there on Saturday. Should be better than last weekend. I'm just now starting to feel my feet.
     
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    chronies should be working. the skeeters were out big time at my house today. ouch.
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  5. Matt Smith

    Matt Smith On the river Noyb

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    I've been itching to try some new wooly variations that I made up. But, oh yea with this warmth the bugs will be out. It should be a good weekend to get out.
     
  6. Big R

    Big R El pescador desesperado

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    Hey guys, I'm thinking about heading to pass lake this weekend (First time there) since I dont think I will be doing any river fishing soon. Any advice for a Pass Lake newbie? patterns? depths?
     
  7. Matt Smith

    Matt Smith On the river Noyb

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    I've always had pretty good luck with, with buggers on a sloooow strip along the banks. Chronomids in the middle and if the conditions are right, you can use a muddler or mickey finn to get a Monster Brown to honor you a peak at him. The lake is VERY tempermental, but it's also VERY rewarding with beautiful fish (when you catch them) scenery, and relaxation. I'll be there on Saturday in a Yellow float tube. Come by and say hi.
     
  8. Dan Soltau

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    Report? I am heading there this sunday. Thank you
     

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