Pass Lake this Sunday, Sunday, Sunday!

Discussion in 'Stillwater' started by Wayne Jordan, Dec 28, 2004.

  1. David Holmes

    David Holmes Formerly known as "capmblade"

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    What was the report from ... Sunday, Sunday, Sunday at pass lake???

    I'm considering the 90 minute drive up there tomorrow and I'd be more inclined if I knew they were biting. Or had bitten.
     
  2. Randy Diefert

    Randy Diefert aka: Longears

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    Didn't fish it today but, drove by on my way to Mt. Vernon. The Lake was absolutely gorgeous today. I saw 5 cars in the lot at 10:30 am on my way back tonite I saw one guy parked on the side of the road above the parking lot at 5 PM. It was a beautiful day on the lake and tomorrow sis suppose to be more of the same. If you don't have to work ;I'd get out there...
    me, I'll be workin' :mad:
     
  3. Wayne Jordan

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    they had bitten, but the bittening was rather slow. I landed six and a few other fishermen landed a few, but the weather was awesome! It was nice to meet up with some new people from the forum. :D
     
  4. Scott Salzer

    Scott Salzer previously micro brew

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    I got two to the boat, couple of other strikes. Got to meet some new people.
    Thanks FB for the burger, I needed something hot during the lunch break.

    Great weather for the drive up. Swans, eagles, hooded mergies & a few fish. Can't ask for much more.

    MB
     
  5. Islander

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    As the others said it was a gorgeous day. :thumb: Except I only had one take and no fish to show for it....I'm starting to feel like Jim bawling: But it was great to see some new WFF folks and Fishboy turned me on to a cool fly. Thanks.
     
  6. David Holmes

    David Holmes Formerly known as "capmblade"

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    My report for Monday:

    Bitterly cold. 35 degrees out. Water was 40 degrees. Another gentleman and I fished the point from our pontoon boats.

    I had one strike and wasn't paying attention and that was it. Does your inner voice ever say Well that was the one strike you drove all the way here to get and you flubbed it. There will be no more action for you today.

    That's okay - it was more about the process of fishing anyway. I tried out my carey specials (which is what I got the strike on) and some chironomids I had tied up though it was kind of windy.

    I tried out a new Scotty rod holder - never had one before. I'm hooked.
     
  7. Randall Bryett

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    Hey Fishboy,
    Thanks for inviting us up. Kate and I had a great time meeting some of WFF guys and fishing the lake. Microbrew,FjordShark, Doug and others. Thanks for bringing the barbie and toewarmers mate. It was a little chilly for a bloke that has spent the last 5 weeks in 100+ temps but fun and least sunny just the same. Great turn out of fishos :thumb:

    Cheers
    Randall and Kate :beer2: