Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Backyard, Apr 24, 2008.
Jergens, the pressure is on.
that sure sweetens the pot! i might have to cut luke and kraig!
I think there should be a separate division called the JZM Division, for all the teams that have Jergens, Zen and Matney. It's gotta be at least 12-15 teams. You could even make it any team that has two of the three and build it up to like 30 teams.
Guys -- A little creativity? Come on!
Does everyone know there's no actual money on the line?
iagree, I'm working nights, sleeping during the day, I go fishing when I'm awake, I'm waiting for some pics to be emailed to me from another dude, And I go fishing with that asshole KEM who forgets to bring the camera tonight, I landed a 6 lb. rainbow and he got a 3lb brown. WTF. On top of that I was too far away from the guy with the camera to get a pic of a 5lb cutthroat this weekend. WTF may as well trade. Oh and love the sombrero shots bro !!ptyd happy cinco de mayo mf'ers.
do peeler photos count?
mad respect for the peelers. I'd count em.
Oh stfu Luke, we both knew it was in the truck, both forgot it! Good day, no photos! Big mistake if were cut, were on it fo sho! Going back out tommorrow...
Does this rule apply to sharks?
Don't be a puss dude, of course that rule applies! :rofl:
Added new species to the points list.
Remember that your photos must be in YOUR gallery in order to count.
For photos of sharks to count as points, you must be swimming next to them. :beer1:
How many points are kokanee worth?
I was kinda wondering that i landed a couple over the weekend (didnt photograph) but would be nice to know how much they are worth. Technically they are a salmon. So are they worth salmon points.
Curious to know where Bulls fit in the mix?
kokanee and bulls added to list. I put up char to cover bulls and dollies but i figure its to broad because of brookies and arctic char...
I caught a nice redside shiner this weekend, then I come here to check how many points it's worth and see that it's not even listed! This thing was a football, and taken rightfully on a swung soft hackle.