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      Registered: January 2005
      Location: SUMAS WASHINGTON
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      Date: 3-1-05
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    Zen Piscator

    Supporting wild steelhead, gravel to gravel.
    Rufus woods, or is that a fish from further up where they have to find their own food? Either way, nice catch.
    #2 3-1-05 7:21pm


    Be the guide...
    #3 3-1-05 8:13pm


    #4 3-1-05 8:17pm


    That is one of the nicest rainbows I have ever seen.
    #5 3-1-05 8:58pm

    Zen- does that really look like a triploid mutant brat...come on buddy give the guy credit for a beautiful fish.
    #6 3-1-05 11:23pm

    Zen Piscator

    Supporting wild steelhead, gravel to gravel.
    Tom, i didnt think so but some take on color. That is an amazing fish, much props.
    #7 3-1-05 11:48pm

    Yes, that is a very beutiful fish. No way a triploid! Must of put up a fine battle.
    #8 3-2-05 2:40am

    Steelie Mike
    Nice shot! I am guessing BC. Is it?
    #9 3-2-05 9:46am

    Cam Heusser
    Beautiful picture!
    #10 3-2-05 4:09pm

    Drooling profusely
    #11 3-2-05 6:44pm

    This has got to be my most favorite picture in the entire gallery! beautiful colors, monster fish, it's awesome! Two thumbs way up! Oh and by the way, Zen why do you always have to be so damn critical.
    #12 3-3-05 1:26am

    Zen Piscator

    Supporting wild steelhead, gravel to gravel.
    Caddis, no. I have caught trips that look like that, although not that deep bodied. Triploidified (is that a word?) trout will take on the look of a regular trout once they have been in a river or lake for a while, assuming they are subsisting on natural food and are left well alone by anglers. Im not getting the critical part? Rufus woods has a great population of wild bows that look alot like that. Don't get pissy, maybe you need to catch a fishey.
    #13 3-4-05 7:54am


    Only 3 more years until I can think like a fish.
    Hawg. Nice bow wow.
    #14 6-7-05 7:05am

    goose biot
    I've been drooling over the thumbnail of this shot for months when it rotates through the home page ... finally posted a question to see where it came from. What a cow!
    #15 12-17-05 4:34am

    That fish should've been a steelhead
    #16 1-7-06 5:47am


    Idaho Resident Craftsman/Artisan
    Yeah that fish is straight redonkulous!

    #17 10-5-06 9:57pm

    Nate Newman

    A fish like that should have broken that rod, I want one!!!
    #18 7-14-07 2:40am


    For him there whould always be the riddle of steel
    Time for a new avitar, stunning shot !!
    #19 1-12-10 7:48pm

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