Dick with a Quinault river Steelhead


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    1. KermodeDon

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      Registered: December 2005
      Location: Spanaway Wa
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      Date: 2-22-06
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    East Fork
    Congratulations! Great fish.
    #1 2-22-06 5:12pm


    Triploid, Humpy & Seaplane Hater
    Lower river with a tribal guide? Nice fish. The dorsal fin looks like one of the lake hatchery fish.
    #2 2-22-06 5:14pm


    Spirit Bears
    yes, yes and yes
    #3 2-22-06 5:19pm

    East Fork
    For my education, what is a lake hatchery fish? Whatever it is, I want one Smile
    #4 2-22-06 5:48pm

    shit balls!
    #5 2-22-06 6:26pm


    Triploid, Humpy & Seaplane Hater
    East Fork
    The Quinault Tribe has a steelhead hatchery on Lake Quinault. They use native brood stock for the fish they raise in the lake pens. They don't clip most of their fish, if any. Some folks see pictures like this and freak out because they think someone killed a nate. You can tell it is a hatchery fish by the tattered dorsal fin. These fish come back from late January on. These are some serious hatchery hogs. To bad the state can't figure out how to raise hatchery fish like that.

    One quick question, what did the fish take?

    Again, congrats and great fish.

    #6 2-22-06 6:58pm

    jeez, is that the best fish you got???? I mean really......
    #7 2-22-06 7:30pm


    Spirit Bears
    How much bigger do they get?
    #8 2-23-06 12:50am

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