Sky on Friday

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Well my brother and I are hitting the Sky for a little casting! I call it casting cause that is normally what we set out for, a fish is just a bonus. If your out and about and see two crazy guys having fun, possibly one in a bright green hat, well it is us, so come on by and say HI!

WIlliam
 
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Evan Virnoche

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#3
i may be out on friday with my centerpin and for sure floating saturday as long as the river isnt doo doo
 
#6
Never heard of it:rolleyes:

Must be a new place ;)

It is funny lived here all my life except time away cause of the Coast Guard and the sky I have fished only a few times and that was when I was very very young. Spent more time on the Green, Puyallup, Stilly and Snoqualmie. Guess I am a deprived child
 
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Evan Virnoche

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#7
when i was seamen i used to bass fish in the salt in san diego. What station were you at?
 
#8
Naval Engineering Support Unit Alameda Ca, USCGC Midgett WHEC 726 Seattle, Small Boat Station Seattle, then to Station Calumet Harbor Chicago, back now to Washington; National Motorlife Boat School Standardization Team Ilwaco, but my home is in Graham.

I do inspections for the USCG and loving it. I get to travel more than ever, see places I have not seen and get to reunite with old friends. Going to start up in January actually going to LA/LB, Channell Island and Sta. San Diego back for one week than out for 4 weeks doing inspection. Not a whole lot of time off.
 

chadk

Be the guide...
#9
Checked the flows on the sky today. Looked great and I happened to have an hour to burn. Hit my favorite salmon hole and hooked 3 but only landed 1. Remember to always check your hook after you land a fish - my hook was bent out and I lost 2 pigs because of it :(

 
#10
Chadk,

Awesome, bright one you got there! I am a nut about checking leader and fly after a fish, touch bottom or a snag, bad cast and what ever thinks me to believe I have an issue. Lost a few cause I checked the leader and fly, but did not check my poly-leader! It broke two feet up from my leader attachment, my bust.

A long time ago, I lost one cause I did not check my connection from running line to head. Somewhere someone got a beautiful fish, new 450 Skagit short, 10' of t-11 and oh ya my secret fly! Thank god I had another head in my pack, new loop and back to fishing. It was more like scouting for a fly line swimming through the water so I could grab it, but never saw it again.

Thanks for the update

William