High country cutthroat

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    1. noway

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      Registered: December 2004
      Location: Bozeman, MT
      Posts: 31
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      Date: 9-12-05
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    AKA Joe Willauer
    Ive heard about how bad thos high country cutthroat smell
    #1 9-12-05 2:42am

    yea I know they're terrible. The bigger they get the worse they smell.
    #2 9-12-05 3:05am


    ok.. you're young. So here is some advice... NEVER handle a fish like that. EVER. Delete this picture and make it a lesson learned.

    There should be no other comments after this.
    #3 9-12-05 9:42am

    that fish is dead and about 10 minutes from the frying pan. We were on a 3-day hike.
    #4 9-12-05 2:28pm


    Oh, I see you're just squeezing the guts out of it's ass. Must make them easier to clean? You should take another hike. A real long one.
    #5 9-12-05 4:45pm

    Backyard, what are you mad about? The fact that I posted a pic of a dead fish, the way that I'm holding the dead fish, or the fact that I even killed the fish? Please explain here or in email. Thanks. Joe
    #6 9-12-05 8:16pm


    It's your choice if you want to keep a fish or not, but posting a photo of a fish you have in a death grip is lame. Why would you have to do that with a "dead" fish? Dead fish don't struggle. But if this is the impression you want people to have of you when they look at your gallery... have at it.
    #7 9-12-05 9:45pm

    Hey I posted the picture because I thought it was a nice fish. I didn't realize someone would have a problem with it. I changed my name from baseballandfishing because I lost my email address. Look at my pictures in there. There all fine. Who cares how I hold a fish that's been dead for half an hour?
    #8 9-12-05 10:29pm

    Is there some reason to not believe him unless you were on the trip with him? Perhaps you were hiding behind the rock over his left shoulder with your binoculars? If so, that's a little creepy. The fish looks dead to me. Try giving the poor guy a little trust.
    #9 9-12-05 10:44pm

    Rory McMahon
    well, it is a nice fish. Really nice for a stream of that size. I assume its not in Washington, maybe Idaho or Montana? Theres a lot of people on this site who will get on you for holding a fish wrong. Its sort of unavoidable, if you want dont want to keep having this conversastion on how your giving the fish a death grip, just hold the fish differently or don't put the picture up here. It is a nice fish nonetheless.
    #10 11-26-06 9:18pm

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