September Pink Reports

Discussion in 'Saltwater' started by yellowlab, Sep 1, 2011.

  1. constructeur Active Member

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    Seattle, Wa
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    Muckleshoot fisheries hotline: 1 800 347 4669
  2. stevebomber New Member

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    seattle
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    Called the line, could barely make out what language the man was speaking. Mush mouth, or Espanol? No bueno!

    My theory is that the nets will be out tomorrow AM. Let's see!
  3. Go Fish Language, its a virus

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    Rheomode, Wa.
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    Nice thing about the fish in the
    Duwamish is they are already
    preserved with PCB'S and runoff
    from the Hat and Boots.

    Is Max Ivors still there?
  4. Go Fish Language, its a virus

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    Rheomode, Wa.
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    To see this thread end,

    like the pink run,

    moldy, eyeless,
    and smelling like

    hookers and gin.....

    what a fix I'm in.
  5. Evan Burck Fudge Dragon

    Posts: 6,500
    Duvall, wa
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    Eat a dick
    Dude seriously
    Eat a dick

    I hit enter every
    Few words, and
    That makes me a
    Fucking poet

  6. Go Fish Language, its a virus

    Posts: 1,285
    Rheomode, Wa.
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    Quit trolling evian.

    And use the ignore function.
  7. Evan Burck Fudge Dragon

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    Duvall, wa
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    Done.
  8. stevebomber New Member

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    seattle
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    Spokane Bridge was a snagfest of epic proportions. A group of 3 kids next to me was aggressively snagging... they eventually snagged two and left.

    Hispanic guy snagged a coho, took it to his car and resumed fishing.

    Oi vey!
  9. Evan Burck Fudge Dragon

    Posts: 6,500
    Duvall, wa
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    Today, while floating the Skykomish for coho (which we were successful at), we saw two dweeb-ish looking teenagers snag a pink off a redd, mutilate it with a sword (yes, a sword) for a bloody photo op, then left the carcass on the bank and took off.
  10. Tool Fly Member

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    seattle, wa
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    What a sad statement about our society. That's messed up. It's almost as disturbing an image as your recent poetry submission ;)
  11. Go Fish Language, its a virus

    Posts: 1,285
    Rheomode, Wa.
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    My gay friends would laugh,
    because they have encountered
    more hateful words than these.

    I find it offensive as hell.

    Dave
  12. stevebomber New Member

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    seattle
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    Hi Dave, I don't think anybody cares what you find offensive. Also, I highly doubt you have gay friends. Gays love pink.

    Can you pm me your parcel number?
  13. Go Fish Language, its a virus

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    Rheomode, Wa.
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    I'm sorry you think posts like
    that are ok.
  14. Ian Broadie Flyfishing is so "Metal"

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    Kirkland, Washington
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    Dave, you have been quite the unpleasant fellow the last month or so.... I am more surprised that no one has said anything worse to you. I know you don't understand that your posts were at best ridiculous or at worst offensive and I cannot make you understand that this is the case.

    Just keep in mind that your actions online can generate reactions from people that may not be to your liking and if you are not careful they could actually influence someones opinion of you if they were to meet you outside of the forum. Who knows, maybe you are quite the pleasant fellow outside of the forum but when one acts foolish for a long enough period of time, either on an internet forum or in real life, one can eventually expect to be told to "Go eat a dick" in some fashion or another.

    Thank you,
  15. Alosa Active Member

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    Seattle
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    So I know I'm late in the season for pinks, but I'm new to fly fishing and would like to get at least one this season...just to feel a nice fish on my 8wt. I'd like to hit one of the S rivers, and was wondering what the local experts would suggest. I've looked around in this forum for advice, and I was really hoping this thread would be telling, but really it's just been hijacked by some folks. If you go back and read from the start i thinkyou'll see what I mean. Anyways, I'm not lookng for specific spots on rivers, just a sense of which rivers hold the best odds at this late date for getting pinks. I was thinking the Skajit, but I simply don't know.
  16. Salty Fly Member

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    Federal Way
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    I am still hooking chrome pinks mixed with the coho in the salt.
  17. Ian Broadie Flyfishing is so "Metal"

    Posts: 670
    Kirkland, Washington
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    Here is a picture of the fly I've been using and I've sent you a PM.

    thank you,
  18. Be Jofus G Banned or Parked

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    Washington
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    :rofl: Shouldn't your poem be posted in the camping, hiking and cooking section of the forum? :rofl:
  19. Jonathan Walkenberg Member

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    renton, wa
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    anyone have anything recent to report? hope to take out the kids this weekend.
  20. Evan Burck Fudge Dragon

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    Duvall, wa
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    There's plenty of really humped out nasty pinks that are willing to bite.