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    1. circlespey

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      Registered: April 2004
      Location: Seattle, WA.
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      Date: 1-5-07
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    Jergens

    AKA Joe Willauer
    Thank you little baby jesus!
    #1 1-5-07 12:12am

    mountie83
    Ricky Bobby reference??
    #2 1-5-07 12:49am

    mike doughty

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    All over that steel like a spider monkey!
    #3 1-5-07 12:54am

    Unregistered
    oops I crapped my pants
    #4 1-5-07 12:57am

    Jergens

    AKA Joe Willauer
    I'm all hyped up on mt dew!
    #5 1-5-07 1:29am

    mountie83
    THAT JUST HAPPENED!
    #6 1-5-07 3:37am

    East Fork
    Tell us more!
    #7 1-5-07 5:24am

    thestallion
    Is that a summer or winter run fish?
    #8 1-5-07 6:02am

    Zen Piscator

    Supporting wild steelhead, gravel to gravel.
    Sustut summer fish I believe.
    #9 1-5-07 6:58am

    Davy
    summer or winter , that is a FISH!!!!
    #10 1-5-07 9:03am

    DanTennant_22

    chasin' steel
    yes please.
    #11 1-5-07 3:34pm

    circlespey
    Yes; this is a summer run Sustut fish caught in October 2005. This pool is about 250 miles from the salt; most Sustut bucks have this kind of color. This fish grabbed twice in two casts; the first one was a very faint pluck. I wasn't sure it was a grab because I was fishing a heavy line and fly in a deep tailout that needed some unusual mending, but I counted to 60 and made the same cast again and it grabbed hard. With that kind of aggressive behavior I suspect this fish had been in the same slot for a long time and no one had put a fly in front of it because of the mending and the depth. No way this fish was catchable (by me at least) without a 2H rod because of trees behind, long cast needed, and big mends needed.
    #12 1-8-07 9:24pm


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