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    Nice Koi from the Phoenix area

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    Nice Koi from the Phoenix area

    They come much bigger than that too! It's a lot like I would picture bonefishing, sight-fishing flat sandy areas. The best part is, unlike bass, they're really active all year round.


    1. Icanfly

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      Registered: March 2004
      Location: Seattle, WA
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      Date: 5-27-08
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  1. CoastalCutt
    Oh, so that's where the koi from my grandmother's pond went. Sweet.
    #1 5-27-08 5:06am

    Nick Riggs

    I've been known to fish from time to time...
    That is badass!
    #2 5-27-08 6:11am

    Cool fish!!....oh the fin shot potential ; )
    #3 5-27-08 6:59am

    Dang, that fish would be at least $100 in a pond shop!

    BTW, how's the drag on that Puflooger Trion reel? I'm thinking about getting a 12wt model for albacore and chinook.
    #4 5-27-08 8:24am

    Rob Zelk

    I swing, therefore i am.
    Koi! Somehow that seems wrong. haha Maybe because all the koi i'm accustom to swim up to you like you're going to feed them. I'm sure there are exceptions though.

    Silverfly- the Trion reels has served me well in the smaller models, though I tried one on my spey and for some reason, free spooling became an issue and a reason for lost fish. So I wouldn't recommend them for powerful, fast fish like steel, or especially albacore and chinook.
    #5 5-27-08 2:32pm


    Future fly fishing guide
    haha that looks just like one of the ones john montana caught
    #6 5-27-08 4:11pm


    aka Justin
    Silverfly brought up a good totally should have sold it!!!
    #7 5-27-08 4:19pm


    aka Matt
    Yeah, I would try selling them, but it's catch and release only in these ponds. They put these guys, along with common carp, amur, and tilapia in there to keep the algae down. They're actually really spooky at times. Other times they'll take just about anything. There's bass too, and some of size. I have had some trouble with the freespooling thing on the trion, but in general I've really liked the reel. Good for the price.
    #8 5-28-08 4:06am

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