Pass Lake

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  1. Ryan Francis

    Ryan Francis HUMILITY IS NOT THINKING LESS OF ME, BUT THINKING

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    I fished Pass lake yesterday, 20+ fish in 4 hours between two of us, Chrinomids were hatching
    off all over the place, most fish were 12-14 inches, couple were over 18 inches
     
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    Noice. Bastidge. ;) I was working on leaky pipes all day...
    Thanks for the report.


    barbless
     
  3. CovingtonFly

    CovingtonFly B.O.H.I.C.A. bend over here it comes again

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    Wear a condom, you won't get leaky pipes :thumb:

    Nice work at Pass Chronyking, were they all bows?
     
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    Anybody catching fat browns on streamers yet?
     
  5. Ryan Francis

    Ryan Francis HUMILITY IS NOT THINKING LESS OF ME, BUT THINKING

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    Two weeks ago I caught a nice 20 inchish brown on a big bloodworm at Pass
     
  6. Scott Salzer

    Scott Salzer previously micro brew

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    Pass kicked my butt again yesterday. Where you the guys in the drift boat? I had a couple of touches, just didn't get them on the hook. Looked like there were quite a few of the most recent plants.

    Nice job on your part.

    MB
     
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    It seemed to be a stocker show yesterday based on what I saw being caught. Yard and I were looking for some bigger fish, just not finding them. Just to get the skunk off, I put a smaller leech behind my streamer for a little while and hammered on a dozen or so stocker browns before going back to trophy hunting. I thought I hooked one that might have been a little bigger (still didn't feel huge), but it turned out to be two fish, one on each fly.
     
  8. Ryan Francis

    Ryan Francis HUMILITY IS NOT THINKING LESS OF ME, BUT THINKING

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    Yeah, we were in the green drift boat, most fish looked like they were just planted, fun day
     
  9. Scott Salzer

    Scott Salzer previously micro brew

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    Kinda figured that was you since I didn't see anybody else really catching fish.....
     
  10. ryry82

    ryry82 Fish Addict

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    I caught a chunky brown last thursday on a jointed sculpin pattern. No luck with the chronos tho.
     
  11. Tim Lockhart

    Tim Lockhart Working late at The Office

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    Lots of little ones active at surface but staying deep and hitting plenty of nicer fish at 10-12 ft. This one banged an olive/brn nymph stripped med-fast (Wed morning). Shelves are producing 1st 2 hrs of daylight + at dusk.

    ck - were you there Friday as well? Saw 2 fellas in a green drift boat plus several guys in prams. I was the only one dumb enough to fish from a tube that day (warmer than last month but still tough on the toes).
     

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