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    This one took my perch (olive with orange accents) bait fish pattern.


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    1. chadk

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  1. Zen Piscator

    Supporting wild steelhead, gravel to gravel.
    cringe....nice fish but those nylon nets really cut them up.
    #1 4-20-05 3:50am

    chadk

    Be the guide...
    It was all we had that day. Some of the fish were so big and had so much fight, we had to use the net just to corale(sp?) them so we could pop the hook out. Most of them we just tailed or at least could hold still for a second to grab the hook with pliers or forcepts... But the others were in and out of the net quickly for the most part - with minimal thrashing... Wouldn't use the net on wildnative fish...
    #2 4-20-05 4:30pm

    Jason Baker
    1. The net is all over your gallery.
    2. What's the difference? Whether it's a stocked lake trout,ahatchery stream trout, or native; someone is working hard to keep you in fish.


    JUST GET RID OF THE NET!
    #3 2-23-06 11:08pm

    chadk

    Be the guide...
    The net was used on one day's fishing at King Lake - a private lake. My buddy brought it just in case and as it turned out, it was needed. It was actually a better net than the massive cheapo salmon net the guide who was helping my 'little brother' had... It was the quickest way to corrale(sp?) the fish long enough to remove the hook and snap a pic or 2. If the net was not used, it could have easily have added 5 more mins to the fight in some cases...
    What's the difference you ask? Well, typically when I fish with this particular friend, we are targeting hatchery trout for dinner. The type of net really doesn't matter in that case - no need to GET RID OF THE NET as you put it... Now get back to work Wink
    #4 2-23-06 11:52pm

    Jason Baker
    I noticed in your gallery that you are usually in it for the meat. Now get back to the smoker ;-)
    #5 2-24-06 2:53pm

    chadk

    Be the guide...
    I never met a bright coho or bright hatchery steelie that I didn't want to invite home for dinner. The other stuff goes back in the drink Smile
    #6 2-24-06 4:55pm

    Jason Baker
    Me neither! You caught me; just trying to be a prick! LOL
    #7 2-25-06 1:23am

    Zen Piscator

    Supporting wild steelhead, gravel to gravel.
    God you guys should get married!
    #8 2-26-06 3:09am

    chadk

    Be the guide...
    I think you may be confusing us with Troutingham andor Monk??? Wink
    #9 2-27-06 8:48pm




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