Discussion in 'Steelhead' started by Randall Clark, Sep 30, 2013.
Tell him to f'off. You as much of right to be there as anyone.
Even at the most crowded times on the D I have always been able to find runs with nobody in them. And by nobody I mean no trucks in half mile either way. Not really that hard to find open water if you are willing to look around rather than hit water you feel is primo.
[quote=" Granted, we had a solid hunch that he would be coming down our way but what's the etiquette here? Is this lowholing???[/quote]
As previously explained by Salmo_g, If it's you, yes it is low-holing and if it's me, no it isn't low-holing. Tom
so you lowholed a guide with a sled that knows and has the whole river at his tiller jockey finger tips with a canoe an hour before he got on the water!!!! dustin you are the man! please tell me you sent him packing with an eloquent tone tounge lashing.
I don't think that's a terrible experience. Be thankful you have stretches of water near you where people aren't jumping in your grave after landing a fish.