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    1. john montana

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      Registered: December 2004
      Location: Tualatin, OR
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      Date: 9-3-06
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    OH GOD!!!!
    #1 9-3-06 8:28pm

    Zen Piscator

    Supporting wild steelhead, gravel to gravel.
    Very nice, 30+ ?
    #2 9-3-06 8:32pm

    john montana
    22 lbs on the digital scale. one thing i'm noticing about fish in the columbia basin is they are muscle, not fat. they fight better than the fish in my local spots, but don't weight as much for their length. great fish though. report here:
    #3 9-3-06 8:38pm

    Zen Piscator

    Supporting wild steelhead, gravel to gravel.
    Ya, columbia fish fight way harder than others, I have hooked a few I just couldn't controll on the 5wt. Man we reall need to get out together, carpin's the shiz.
    #4 9-3-06 8:48pm

    Capt. Awesome
    Dude, that thing is small. Next time, see if you can catch some of the larger ones...


    Nice fish. I'm pretty sure I know where that spot is judging by all your previous pics... strong work.
    #5 9-3-06 9:12pm

    Peter Pancho
    That looks like one of those blow up pics by photo shop! What size tippets do you use?
    #6 9-3-06 10:49pm

    Paul Huffman

    Lagging economic indicator
    I see "84" behind you. Is that the day I ran into you, but at the pond down the road that I pointed you to?
    #7 9-4-06 8:05pm

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