Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by wbugger, Jul 11, 2013.
Ah, come on, BB; don't fancy cowering beneath the rear leg braces on the boat, do you?
I never worried about snakes when ever I fished the Yakima. If I ended up worrying about them I wouldn't get any fishing done. Hell I don't even worry about them here in Montana. Coming across a snake here never enters my mind. I've lived here going on 8 years now and I still haven't seen but one snake in that time.
I don't worry about Ticks either.
Why aren't you out flogging the water, Jim?
i may know a thing or two about the naches. . .
Thanks to all who have chimed in and given me some insight on this thread. I really appreciate the help...
McNasty knows a thing or two about the Naches.
I just drove up the little Naches this evening. Didn't fish any, was just out for a drive since I had not been up that way before. Saw lots of real sweet water and quite a few people fly fishing... and a few people who seem to be dunking worms. I thought this was supposed to be selective rules but I guess its only selective rules if enforced.
No fear here. When I enter a room ,women scream & dogs howl . .. never have figured out why??
could it be your aftershave??
Im heading over here this weekend, staying at the Yakima Sportsman State Park. Ive never even been to this area before, only fished the Yak up closer to Ellensburg along the canyon road. Does the Naches fish well down towards the mouth or would I be better off sticking the the Yakima? I really dont know what to expecet, just looking to try something different.
or lack thereof?
I would go higher on the Naches....
How did you do? Is the water so low that the fish have hay fever now or is there still some good fishing?