Discussion in 'Trip Reports with Pics' started by Mike, Nov 13, 2008.
Well said Sean. I couldn't agree more.
Whoa...don't be so quick to get your hackles up there bro.
That said...you want an example of a 'dude' looking to give his dwindling ego a pleasure session? How about a guy who posts a series of random (and fish-less?!) photos with no context other than a vague location reference to half of a state you don't even live in? You're obviously no Ansel Adams so your objective with this post was what, exactly? Other than to illicit a response from other wet-siders who would be so foolish as to actually give you credit for having the knowhow to locate an actual desert gem. Sorry if it hurts when someone who actually lives here and fishes here calls your BS.
Now...what are you going to tell us next? That those browns only you know about 'native' too?
I suggest you chill and have one of these :beer1: my man!
This is really entertaining dry side humor.. Maybe you have been hitting some of Spokane valley's finest....
Maybe those photos are from wisconsin. That is some funny shit.
wweeeeeeeessssssstttsssssssiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiide! in effizzzect. keepin it live in the 425!!!
No... Bad... On another note, way to hit the hive! :thumb:
Come on! Crab? are you serious? If it was maybe the ******* River or ***** Creek or maybe even the Little ***** River. Crab has no big fish and is overfished anywhere that it is public. People who really know the EW know that Crab is a sacrifice to keep "dry creek searchers" busy.
Chico, come on man... Don't say stupid shit. Some creeks I know here have some 20 fish per mile... how many "aficionados" do you think it takes to wipe that shiz out?
Max- Great pictures. Sometimes it is just the scenery that people need to see. Tight lines Max and keep the good pics coming.
"God, I love the smell of Napalm in the morning"
Max - Nice pics! I'm sure it was a great trip. So to get this post back on track... any trip report to go with the pics? Looks like a nice time spent exploring with solitude... I'm jealous!
Either way those are some great shots! Each spot looks like it could hold a fish or two.
Chill out a little brother. You are definetly "bringing heat". It's just fishing. You don't have to worry about all of the newbies that read these posts, they won't catch anything anyway. And all of the old hands have been fishing Crab and "the rest of them" for years. You've got nothing to worry about.
Isn't that putah creek??
Sorry guys, don't want to ruin anyones spots but its already started. What could it hurt... we're all fly fisherman. I won't give directions but the actual name of the stream in these photos is Rocky Ford spring creek. Just keep it on the D.L. guys, serious.
iagree some things are sacred.
man do people read?
i dont give a shit about crab. fuck crab. the point is i dont know the stream in the pictures. i dont know what is in it. where it is. what it is named.
and it should stay that way until the day comes when my map happy self hooves it in there (ticks, heat, snakes and all) and wets a line.
you are ignorant if you think people arent sniffin around lookin for an EW stream thats got some toady browns on the prowl (for streams to put on the list or cross off). cause I'M fuckin one of them. the idea is a cornucopia of giggidy. washington desert creek browns??? the notion has me so erect that its difficult to type whilst reaching around my member.
there are a lot of squiggly blue lines to explore out there. dont be the d bag who makes it easier for these places to be found.
its the principle i was trying to defend. i just see abosultely no need for anyone to play the name game. enjoy the pornless nameless pics and either sit back smiling knowing what lies beneath, or go pick up a map and start trying to find your own. im done with this shiz wheres my 40? :beer1:
Sorry, but if you don't get, you won't get it. I very much understand keeping a place not overrun with folks on the QT.
On the flip side, it is somewhat lame to post a fishing report that has no fish in it and tantalize folks with nice pictures of great water . . .