What are your stillwater goals (if any)

Discussion in 'Stillwater' started by theworm, May 10, 2008.

  1. wolverine Member

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    Everett, WA
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    Patience. I need to learn some so I can bobber fish without falling asleep.
  2. P-FITZ98 Member

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    Spokane, WA
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    Land at least one muskie at Silver and a pike at Long. Oh, and a state record would always be a treat.
  3. Gary Thompson dirty dog

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    East Wenatchee, WA
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    Carp on a fly and keeping a smile on my fishing partners face (wife)
  4. Rocket Red Vegetarian Cannibal

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    My goal is just to get out on a lake and chill-out.

    My life is too hectic to even think beyond the actual goal of going fishing.
  5. Dick Warnke was Pram-Man

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    Federal Way Wa
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    I would have to say try and take advantage of the many lakes close to home that have warm water fish opportunities. Rather then just hanging it up until the weather cools down in the fall.
  6. yellowlab Active Member

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    In a van... down by the river, WA
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    B.C. fish those interior lakes for the real fat boys. Kamloops Bows in deep water: so many choices, so little time...
  7. gigharborflyfisher Native Trout Hunter

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    Gig Harbor, Wa, USA.
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    My goals for stillwaters in the future are in Washington to catch a Tiger Trout and a Kokanee on the fly. Out of state they are to go down to Eagle Lake in California and catch some rainbows (distinct subspecies), catch an Atlantic in Hosmer Lake, catch a Lake Trout and possibly Arctic Char in Alaskan stillwaters.
  8. constructeur Active Member

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    Seattle, Wa
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    I'd like to learn to handle my fly rod/line better, and see my dughter catch her first salmon.