wenatchee fly fishing

#31
I'm not sure i understand the question? i like people, mostly. but i do not like the takers and abusers of our resource so yes some of them are that bad, and no they get no quarter
I've seen plenty of road hunters in my life, never has one ever been in my way for work...

also not sure how you assumed I don't know what road hunters are or that they are bad...
 
#32
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.
again, I know what a road hunter is. I've killed plenty of mule deer via hiking and outthinking them (road hunters)
 
#35
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.
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?
 
#36
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.
Can confirm. I've done a lot of gear fishing with sopflyfisher.
 

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#45
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


+1 for byrds