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    Few times does it work out that I can photograph two steelies together, but this was a blessed day!


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    1. dman168

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  1. Angler 77

    AKA Scott Jones
    These fish, complete with adipose fins, are from the Great Lake's as well... right?
    #1 12-16-04 3:38am

    Peter Pancho
    I think he released them, from the looks of the release from the first pic. Regardless, these fish look too pretty to eat...


    #2 12-16-04 6:30am

    Zen Piscator

    Supporting wild steelhead, gravel to gravel.
    Ya, those are great lakes fish. If they were wild fish around here, i would be preparing a linch for his neck. Btw, those are some dang shiny fish.
    #3 12-17-04 1:53am

    dman168

    fishingartist
    Good call, these are fish frome the Great Lakes, and as far as the linch that Piscator is preparing for my neck, I'd like to hear why, I'm an avid Great Lakes Steelheader, and am strictly catch and release. Maybe you don't know what a boga grip is, but they are used to keep the fish in better condition for a release then gilling it. Also it allows you to let the fish hang in the current much easier to be revived. So with all the anglers who come to the river everyday and keep everything they cetch, you may want to save your linch for someone else.
    #4 1-10-05 2:45am

    WPEB

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    Dman, some nice fish. As for your response to zen, I believe he was referring to the fish being on a somewhat dry wood surface not the boga grips. The dry surface can take away some of mucus on the fish which can lead to a higher mortality rate. Also he was talking about "linching" you if that was wild from WA.
    #5 1-10-05 5:28am

    Zen Piscator

    Supporting wild steelhead, gravel to gravel.
    dman, i was refering to the fact that the fish have adipose fins, which would mean around here that they are wild, and taking them out of the water for any reason is illegal. I was kidding about the lynch. Nice fish, and good on ya for using a boga, now if i could only afford one...
    #6 1-31-05 3:57am

    JonT

    Double Boga!

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