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    Before his came out of the water, we have no idea who live there. Guess this is the spring spawners. He took purplr leech.


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    1. yuhina

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  1. ibn

    Moderator
    Awesome, those things look so crazy.
    #1 4-4-06 1:46am

    worldanglr
    Very cool, what area's this at?
    #2 4-4-06 1:53am

    chadk

    Be the guide...
    sweet! We used to catch those in Texas. The one's I caught were a little smaller than that, but I had friends who had skinshides of 5-10 footers.
    #3 4-4-06 2:47am

    Stephen Rice

    Senior Member
    wow that is totally cool, I would love to catch one of those funky looking fish!
    #4 4-4-06 1:36pm

    East Fork
    How in the world could you even hook one of those things on a fly?
    #5 4-4-06 4:52pm

    yuhina

    Tropical member
    Thanks for your guys' comments! This creek is in Auburn, Alabama called Chewacla creek. A tiny creek run into the Talapoosa river. I guess these gars were came from the down stream. Just visiting Chewacla creek in Spring time.
    #6 4-5-06 12:23am

    Zen Piscator

    Supporting wild steelhead, gravel to gravel.
    I've heard they arn't actually that tough to catch on the fly. People catch them often on just a chunk of nylon rope, which gets tangled in their teeth.
    #7 4-10-06 6:21pm

    Mark Ritari

    Trouthunter
    haha thats awesome, nice job.
    #8 1-12-07 1:03am

    Mingo

    the Menehune stole my beer
    cool shot, cool fish.........I love freaky fishies. nicely done!
    #9 1-14-07 5:02am

    chattmr

    has never caught a steelhead... (its sad, I know)
    I had no idea there were fish in Chewacla creek. I was always told it was barren because of pollution from the nearby rock quary. Think of all the great fishing I missed when I was in college...
    #10 3-18-08 2:05pm

    Brad Niemeyer

    Old School Member
    I love it!
    #11 3-18-08 4:39pm

    Charles Beaver
    SPEACHLESS!
    #12 3-18-08 8:29pm




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