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    Yakima 3.2.2013 Report



    This year I'm doing a graphic fishing journal; needed some place to throw it on the interweebs and this seemed an appropriate spot.


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  1. McNasty

    Canyon Lurker
    browns. . . . . .and the yak? hmmmm
    #1 3-7-13 4:36am

    plaegreid

    Saved by the buoyancy of citrus
    No browns in The yak? Gotta give me a little wiggle room here, I'm a nebraska transplant and am not quite familiar with the river yet. It was a big dark trout seen from across the river; I must humbly apologize for my mistake!
    #2 3-7-13 5:38am

    McNasty

    Canyon Lurker
    lol no worries at all, might have been a big westslope cutt throat, this time of the year ive seen some really dark cutts. looks like a nice day on the river!
    #3 3-7-13 6:17am

    troutpocket
    There's a picture of a brown caught in the Yak on the entryway at the WorleyBugger . . .about 12-13".
    #4 3-7-13 8:02pm

    McNasty

    Canyon Lurker
    TP, i totally forgot about that. while its a one in a million chance there are a couple places i know of where at some point a brown just maaaaaybe could be possible.
    #5 3-7-13 8:28pm

    kelvin
    Browns? in the Yak?
    I heard a rumor about that
    #6 3-7-13 10:21pm

    Paul Huffman

    Lagging economic indicator
    There are some brown trout in the Cooper River system, mainly Cooper Lake, above Lake Cle Elum. So there is a chance that a brown might come down the river, through Cle Elum Lake, over Cle Elum Dam, but not many are found.
    #7 3-8-13 12:48am




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