Pass Lake Report

Discussion in 'Stillwater' started by Matt Smith, Jan 22, 2005.

  1. Matt Smith

    Matt Smith On the river Noyb

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    Pass Lake today can be summed up in a few words. Cold, Big Big Bow, Big Big Snap, Little Snap, Goodbye Big Bow. Yes my friends, I am in need of some duct tape. :beathead: bawling: Other than that it was a good day on the lake. Brown Wollys were working well.
     

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  2. Wayne Jordan

    Wayne Jordan Active Member

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    Well if I hook into him tomorrow I'll give you your fly back... :D
     
  3. Matt Smith

    Matt Smith On the river Noyb

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    Be carefull fishboy, that trout just might sink you.
     
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    What weight rod/line were you using?
     
  5. Matt Smith

    Matt Smith On the river Noyb

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    5 wt rod and line, 4x leader, I'm starting to think that it was a Loc Nes Monsta. He did ask me for two-fity :p
     
  6. Matt Smith

    Matt Smith On the river Noyb

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    For you old guys, the Two-fity, Loc Nes remark is a referral to a South Park joke. Now you're in on it.... South Park is an animated comedy on television.
    Television is a magical box that recieves the transmission of sound and moving pictures. It's quite remarkable technology :clown:
     
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    alpinetrout Banned or Parked

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    I thought it was tree-fity :confused:
     
  8. 2 Much Fishin

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    Sorry about your rod Pass Man! There must have been some kind of defect for it to do that. :confused:
    You should have let me know, I could have lent you an extra rod.
    The fishing was fairly slow for my buddy and I. We caught 5 between us and a couple decent browns; but we were there from sun-up till dark.

    Jed
     
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    Given a choice, I'd rather have a fish snap my rod than snap it myself. Any day, any how! :thumb:
     
  10. Zen Piscator

    Zen Piscator Supporting wild steelhead, gravel to gravel.

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  11. Dan Soltau

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    I was out there today with a friend of mine, we met wayne (fishboy) and his friend up there. Wayne did very well in the mornig, and it seemed like it died down in the afternoon. I didnt even get a hit, maybe one but i am unsure. Still an interesting trip and i learned that your feet stay much warmer without boots when useing fins! Thanks for the tip wayne. Anyway, here is the media. :thumb:
     

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  12. Wayne Jordan

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    Thanks for the pictures Daniel. I can't wait to see how the pictures of the big brown I caught come out that Pete took for me.
     
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    Roper Idiot Savant

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    Well, Gollee, whadda they gonna think of next... :clown:
     
  14. Matt Smith

    Matt Smith On the river Noyb

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    Well I've heard of this new fandangald contraption called a "Computer" isn't that crazy. The next thing they will tell us is that these so called "computers" can all link up over phone lines and people can talk to each other and exchange information over an "Internet". Palease, what kind of fools do they take us for. :rofl:
     
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    wayne, the bow in the second pic was very bright, so i messed with the pic a bit and it looks better and gives the photo more character than before. No problem on posting the pics, i figur since i didnt do any catching i should do something! :beathead: Nice job catching those fish wayne! :thumb:
     
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    msteudel Mark Steudel

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    Fishboy usually does a good job at putting ona clinic. Fishboy, I noticed you have some new wheels, when did you ditch the yellow one?
     
  17. Wayne Jordan

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    The Togiak, a.k.a. the "KILLER BEE" has been retired, actually I gave it to a friend who didn't have a float tube. Now I'm all about the pontoon boat, It's definitely the way to go for lake fishing, except for the occasional dry-side hike in lakes...
     
  18. Desmond Wiles

    Desmond Wiles Sir Castaline

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    I'm curious about not using boots with your fins. First of all, how does this make your feet warmer? And seccondly, does this work with Caddis fins, I can't picture using those without boots?
     
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    Improved circulation keeps you warmer.
     
  20. Desmond Wiles

    Desmond Wiles Sir Castaline

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    as in blood curculation? If that's what your talking about, I still don't see how taking your boots off does any good. Maybe if they're too tight, but mine are pretty lightweight and allow plenty of blood flow. :confused:
     

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