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    Caught on the Skagit river after quite a few years of trying. What a rush!


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    1. Speysmith

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      Registered: January 2005
      Location: Anacortes, Washington
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  1. Andy

    Workin in a sweet mullet
    keep that fish in the water, you wouldnt want anyone accusing you of breaking the law
    #1 1-24-05 9:43pm

    Davy
    ..this was your first steelhead you caught last year, right? Not this year?, just say correct.SHHHHHHH
    #3 1-24-05 10:48pm

    mike doughty

    Honorary Member
    I agree wild steelies should be kept in the water, but wild, hatchery,this year, last year that is one hell of a buck.
    #4 1-24-05 11:02pm

    Zen Piscator

    Supporting wild steelhead, gravel to gravel.
    It is illegal to remove steelhead with an intact adipose fin (the small fleshy protrusion behind the dorsal and infront of the tail) from the water. Also, there is a reward for reporting poachers and law breakers. Not that i would, but please learn the law, this one is here for a reason. Other than that, magnificant fish. Those are the ones we need repopulation the race.
    #5 1-24-05 11:37pm

    East Fork
    Zen buddy, send me a link to evidence supporting the proposition that removing a steelhead from the water for a quick picture has a real detrimental effect. It seems to me that lifting a fish for a picture of fish is about as immoral as driving a few miles per hour over the speed limit. Really.


    ps: Great Fish!
    #6 1-25-05 12:00am

    mike doughty

    Honorary Member
    I think zen is just saying that every bit helps as far as keeping the fish safe and healthy, which is why it is in the reg's. now that you have to keep them at least somewhat in the water, i would imagine at least the gills. hell, maybe i am wrong about zen's comment. still a great steelie speysmith.
    #7 1-25-05 1:03am

    Todd123
    Thats a fatty, looks like those years payed off, great picture.
    #8 1-25-05 6:16pm

    Speysmith
    Yeah I caught that one in April of 2004.
    #9 1-31-05 8:34pm

    lives2bwild
    i know this is an old pic but that is the most phenominal steelhead ive ever laid eyes on. amazing skagit genetics creating perfect steel.....perfection
    #10 9-29-11 1:11pm




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