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    1. KevenSamuelson

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      Registered: December 2007
      Location: The Desert
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  1. Miller
    Klickitat?
    #1 2-1-08 4:58am

    KevenSamuelson
    ya
    #2 2-1-08 5:02am

    Unregistered
    steelhead and salmon are so crazy. Think about how different the klickitat is than many of our coastal systems. Those fish have to meet such different challenges to be sucessful. Klickitat steelhead are pretty amazing too. A glacial east side river? so sick.
    #3 2-1-08 8:08am

    Jergens

    AKA Joe Willauer
    ive never seen anyone pull a hooknose out of the klick, nice work dude!
    #4 2-1-08 6:12pm

    TomB
    nice fish. hate to be a stickler, but the 'fish out of the water' law actually applies to salmon too, so please keep a fin in the water next time for the photo. hope you guys had a good day out there.
    #5 2-1-08 6:14pm

    Shawnage

    Shawn Bechtol
    get r done evening hatch style!
    #6 2-1-08 11:45pm

    David Dalan

    6919'15.35" N 1844'22.74" E
    Some years there are LOTS of silvers in the Klick. Must be a local Secret Smile


    This year they stayed out in the Columbia for the most part until after the season was closed (low water). Mostly a low river game. Nice FISH!!
    #7 2-2-08 3:38pm

    Steelie Mike
    There are a good number of Fall nooks and silvers in the lower river in the fall. I believe silvers are not native to the klick and were introduced many years ago.
    #8 2-4-08 4:23am




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