wenatchee fly fishing

Discussion in 'Steelhead' started by wetcat, Nov 5, 2013.

  1. sopflyfisher Active Member

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    yes Jake they are bad. these lazy fat wastes of skin consume busch lite and donuts at an alarming rate. in fact scientists theorize they alone wiped out the majestic wild rainiers from their native range. they drive large vehicles with many hunting oriented stickers, because it defines them as a man. they then shoot animals from the safety of their heavy armor compensatormobile ensuring there is nothing sporting or fair about the hunt. and most importantly that they burn as few calories as possible to maintain their gelatinous bulk. I've studied them at length, they are multiplying and their threat is real.
  2. jake-e-boy Active Member

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    again, I know what a road hunter is. I've killed plenty of mule deer via hiking and outthinking them (road hunters)
  3. HauntedByWaters Active Member

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    Hey? Remember Trout Pounder? Those were the days......

    He could fling greased beads like a old pro.
  4. sopflyfisher Active Member

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    I'm afraid i don't understand your question then. i would prefer to keep the details of my employment off the forum as sometimes i say things that well could rub a potential employer the wrong way. i mean I'll work for a bead guy and take his money, i just won't fish with him. unless of course he owns it and shows up with a spinning rod. i just don't like ducking while they are chucking while i row.
  5. Evan Burck Fudge Dragon

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    He's apparently a guide now.
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  6. jake-e-boy Active Member

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    All I was curious about was how in the hell would you be running into road hunters on your way to work, but I have thought about it and could be a number of things, like logging, environmental, etc.

    so back to off-topic discussions, bead fishing is ok as long as spinning rod used and not spey, unless you grease the line?
  7. Evan Burck Fudge Dragon

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    Can confirm. I've done a lot of gear fishing with sopflyfisher.
  8. sopflyfisher Active Member

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    I'm a tree sitter slash anti logging activist. i tie my favorite spey fly "the luna" with moss and Shit. remember Jake, only the fat of an organic kosher red stag may be used to grease the line and make it artful.
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  9. jake-e-boy Active Member

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    how does one make beads from the moss and Shit?
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  10. underachiever !

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  11. CLO coho where are you?

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  12. sopflyfisher Active Member

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    you basically just Get some moss and some wolf Shit and roll it together with the blood of the untainted (one who has never fished gear or beads, also helps if they are a virgin) for color and spiritual juju. then add six inches above a hook like tugsten putty and floss away
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  13. Evan Burck Fudge Dragon

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    No foolin dawg
  14. Kelly Michelsen Active Member

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    Its really sad when a small minded person tries to belittle the
    Ways other people fish , Its about enjoying the whole experience
    For me regardless of the way I fish.
    Kelly Michelsen
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  15. sopflyfisher Active Member

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    that's all any of us want kelly. at least for me this is merely good natured ribbing for mutual laughs. i don't want anyone to feel less than super.
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  16. Evan Burck Fudge Dragon

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    I know you don't want slednecks on the nooch to feel super
  17. jake-e-boy Active Member

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    I feel less than super.. but that because i'm forced to work and not out fishin on this beautiful day
  18. sopflyfisher Active Member

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    even this little guy. remember keep an open mind, he's just got a different style.

  19. jake-e-boy Active Member

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    damn, kid has some issues, how many bonks was that??
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  20. sopflyfisher Active Member

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    guilty i hate sleds on small rivers. keep that crap on tidewater or the cowlitz. like the byrds said (i believe) a time to live a time to die, a time to bead a time to swing, a time for driiiiiies. a time to motor a time to row. point is time and place for everything, use discretion