My silver turned into a Nook

 


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    1. Steelie Mike

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      Location: Camas, WA
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      Date: 9-8-09
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    mike doughty

    Honorary Member
    well nice 'chi' mike!
    #1 9-8-09 7:21pm

    Brent Comer
    Whoa! I bet that was a nice surprise.
    #2 9-8-09 7:56pm

    k2flyfisher

    its taco time. wheres the sauce?
    can you turn it into a 15lb lamprey?
    #3 9-8-09 8:04pm

    fshnazn
    Smooth!
    #4 9-8-09 8:26pm

    cabezon

    Sculpin Enterprises
    Sweet!! Was it pre-crack of dawn or post-setting of dusk? What fly did it take and how were you fishing the fly, if you don't mind?


    Steve
    #5 9-9-09 2:42am

    Flyborg
    That's a sweet chinook.
    #6 9-9-09 6:35am

    Steelie Mike
    Cabezon, low light periods are the best. Note no head lamp and the flash washes out the background making it darker then it really was. The fly was a cab egg and the technique is not for the internet.
    #7 9-9-09 7:08pm

    cabezon

    Sculpin Enterprises
    Thanks for the info Mike. I respect that there are limits....


    Steve
    #8 9-10-09 3:33am

    max drag
    Damn Mike does that bring back some great memories. Wheres the bearded one? Does your "secret" include lots of split shot and a 15 foot leader or was that just a rumor? Still living in the dirty south and living my oncorhynchus addictions vicariously through you. Tarpon kick ass though. Keep the pics coming. Justin.
    #9 9-11-09 1:24am

    Steelie Mike
    No splitty Justin.
    #10 9-11-09 3:37am


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