Pooh's Pond

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  1. Jefffly

    Jefffly The more we know, the less we can learn!

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  2. pfournier

    pfournier Do it outside!

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    Link don't work. Nothen. Where's Pooh's Pond?
     
  3. Kyle McCurdy

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    It's off of highway 112 west of Port Angeles up Dan kelly Rd.

    Caught many many fish up there.

    He has 2 ponds. an upper pond and a lower pond. The lower pond has all the big fish, some up to 15lbs. There is also carp and bluegill.
     
  4. Jim Speaker

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    Yeah, that link be busted. Let's see the hawg!
     
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    iagree
    iagree
     
  6. Jefffly

    Jefffly The more we know, the less we can learn!

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    The link works for me it may be because its from my pix place at verizon if anybody could tell me a different way to post a link or change the location of it ill re post that pic
     
  7. Kyle McCurdy

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    If you save the image onto your desktop and then upload to a free photo-hosting website (photobucket or imageshack) and hand the link to us that way it should work fine.
     
  8. Jefffly

    Jefffly The more we know, the less we can learn!

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    poohs pond.jpg
    This work?
    small pic but it worked
     
  9. Kyle McCurdy

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    Works like a charm. Nice catch. Biggest one I have gotten up there was probably around the 6# mark.

    What did ya catch him on?
     
  10. Ed Call

    Ed Call Mumbling Moderator Staff Member

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    Nice photo of a nice fish, fat little bugger no?
     
  11. pfournier

    pfournier Do it outside!

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    Wow, that really is a hawg. soooo-eeeeeeee
     
  13. Jefffly

    Jefffly The more we know, the less we can learn!

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    caught him on a size 14 chrionomid, white bead head, red thread body, with a copper wire rib. thats the only fly I caught fish on up there that day, and got about 10 fish in a couple hours while using it.
    And yes he was fat!!
     
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    Nice fish! Just curious guys but is this a private pond or is it open to the public?
     
  15. Kyle McCurdy

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    It's open to the public for a fee.

    Last I remember it was $10 a day for the upper pond and $25 for the lower pond.