Where the River Meets the Sea

Discussion in 'Spey Clave' started by miyawaki, Feb 3, 2011.

  1. Leroy Laviolet

    Leroy Laviolet Aint no nookie like chinookie

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    do'n it 4 the chinookie
    Amen Stew, we got some assholes on the Clearwater who don't seem to know what a trash can is either -
     
  2. Ian Broadie

    Ian Broadie Flyfishing is so "Metal"

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  3. Salmo_g

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    And I'll bet that true to form, the further east or west of Interstate 5 you are, the cheaper are the brand labels of the roadside beer can trash. Sociology can be an interesting subject too.

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  4. bushwacker

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    First time I was there, I stood on a basalt cliff looking into the last great hole before the Hoh meets the surf. Who should show up down below, but sea lion with a steelhead in it's mouth. The only steeley we saw on the entire trip.
     
  5. Flyborg

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    Glad to see Juro's still getting on it. I love fishing that close to the ocean.
     
  6. Nooksack Mac

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    On the subject of trash: We all know there are some places so badly littered that you couldn't clean them up by yourself. But we can easily make a dent, or police up mildly littered places. The requisite tool is a grocery store plastic bag. I keep one side pocket of my gear duffle filled with them. Just stuff a plastic bag or two in a pocket or down your waders. It's no burden, and easy to whip out and collect a few cans, wet paper, etc.
     
  7. Steve Call

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    Agree. I do the same.