My first Steelie


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    My first Steelie

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    1. chadk

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      Registered: May 2004
      Location: Snohomish, WA.
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      Date: 3-14-03
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    Coast to Coast
    Nice fish! I've always done better on the nates in the Snoqualmie. They're a lot better biters than the hatchery fish in that river.
    #1 9-28-03 3:24am


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    Thanks! I agree. Hopefully they'll allow a c&r season this year for the nates. The other problem with the hatchery fish is that it seems 90% of them shoot right through to the hatchery in a matter of a few days to a week tops. If you time it right, fishing can for them can be pretty hot, but if you get there just a little to early or late, you have to really work hard to find fish. The nates seem to trickle in and spread out a little better.
    #2 10-2-03 8:44pm

    John Hicks

    Owner and operator of Sea Run Pursuits

    Just saw this pic and it is truly a classic shot. You look like you are really enjoying that moment.
    #3 11-18-06 11:40am


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    A friend emailed me and mentioned that a certain poster thought this pic was taken in 2003 based on the date in the pic properties. Just to clear that up a little, this pic is obviously a scanned photo (you can see lint!) from '98 or '99 - the year I first started steelhead fishing. Funny thing is, that Gerry jacket (Gerry outlet by the old king dome) is one I bought while in college around 1994. I STILL have that jacket and wear it fishing from time to time...
    #4 11-13-07 5:33pm

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