Pass Lake Tomorrow

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  1. Islander

    Islander Steve

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    I'm heading up to Pass tomorrow. If anyone wants to hook up, I'll be the old guy in the orange pontoon. Hopefully getting towed around by some gargantuan fish. :thumb:
     
  2. KenS

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    One of these days we'll have to share a ride. I don't quite have my "stuff" together, but am working on it.
    Good Luck, Ken.
     
  3. Daryle Holmstrom

    Daryle Holmstrom retiredfishak

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    I would be the old guy in the lund with electric motor
     
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    Daryle Holmstrom retiredfishak

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  5. Evan Burck

    Evan Burck Fudge Dragon

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    not to be "one of those guys," but i don't think the electric motor thing is allowed on pass lake :confused:
     
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    Lenkerr Aimless Wanderer

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    Only if you are disabled. I think...
     
  7. Bob Martin

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    Islander, I saw your orange 'toon. We passed within a hundred yards of each other a time or two. I was the old guy in the aluminum pram mooching the depths with a marabou leech. It was slow for me but I did manage four bows 14" to 16" to hand and LDR a couple others. I saw you working over the shoreline. How did you do?
     
  8. Islander

    Islander Steve

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    Hi Bob, I did lousy for Pass this time of year. Fished from 12:30 to about 5. Only had two rainbows, 16" and 18". Didn't get any action along the shore. Talked to a guy from Seattle on the way out he had seven, nothing real big he said, on a wolly bugger. I was a beautiful day though. :beer2:
     

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