That's dirty....Ballin'


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    1. rick matney

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      Date: 2-12-08
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    Mark Ritari

    shot callin.
    #1 2-12-08 4:58am


    Idaho Resident Craftsman/Artisan
    Amen that is SOOO dirty!
    #2 2-12-08 5:00am

    mike doughty

    Honorary Member
    about a size 90/0 sculpin......will have them tied for the next swap. holy shit that things is huge!
    #3 2-12-08 5:05am

    rick matney
    Lower madison! Very fertile river!
    #4 2-12-08 5:11am


    Banned or Parked
    #5 2-12-08 7:16am

    "Creepy" - hell that's downright disturbing! Looks like an anemic Cabezon! Sure you didn't catch that thing downstream from Hanford? (might explain the cyclone fence)
    #6 2-12-08 8:00am


    Don't even tell me you caught it on a "sculpin" pattern!!
    #7 2-12-08 2:42pm

    Kevin J. Burnham
    Can you imagine the Brown and you know there is one that would eat that !!!
    #8 2-13-08 3:50am


    Future fly fishing guide
    i catch trout smaller than that!!!!!!!!!
    #9 2-13-08 4:39am


    aka Justin
    No way, that's gotta be a Cabezon!
    #10 2-13-08 6:34pm

    Connor H

    Bobbers n Beadz
    O M G !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    #11 2-13-08 9:03pm

    rick matney
    Ate a double 3/0 streamer pattern that looks a lot like a sculpin. A 12" sculpin.
    #12 2-13-08 9:34pm


    Sculpin Enterprises
    Wow, that's a great sculpin. Actually, it looks like a freshwater relative of the marine Great Sculpin, Myoxocephalus polyacanthocephalus. Most of the sculpins across North America, Asia, and Europe are all in the genus Cottus. But on several occasions marine sculpins, especially in the genus Myoxocephalus, have invaded large lakes and adapted entirely to freshwater. The giant, ancient Lake Baikal in Siberia has 15-20 species of sculpins that are found only there, a species flock.

    #13 3-7-08 2:18am

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