Who, Where and What? A Thread About Sharing

Ed Call

Well-Known Member
#1
Okay, here is my proposal. Post a photo listing who is pictured, where they are and what (something about the trip, photo or character in view). It is not a guessing contest, just a sharing of cool shots that show at least one angler on at least one piece of water and whatever else you'd like to share.


Who: Matt Smith, father, friend, brewmaster and angler
Where: Teal Lake
What: Yes, he was fishing the bobber, the Matt Smith magic chironomid and most importanly, yes, he landed the fish (unlike his first steelhead hookup on the Hoh near the Oxbow)

Who's sharing next?
 
#2


Jesse Calderon, Fellow fish junky and gear whore!
Methow River, Hooked up with his first skated and two handed steel!
double whammy!

-Blake
 

KerryS

Ignored Member
#3
I don't know this guy and I have no idea of where he is fishing..............but that is a wild sea run cutthroat he has there and I told him not to left the fish out of the water.

 

_WW_

Geriatric Skagit Swinger
#5
I don't know this guy and I have no idea of where he is fishing..............but that is a wild sea run cutthroat he has there and I told him not to left the fish out of the water.
Hmmm...I know one thing...if that dude, whoever he is, were to fall out of his boat trying to release that fish without removing it from the water; thereby causing him to suffer physical duress, mental anguish and a host of other litigious catastrophes there would be a legal shit storm to rock the ages. :)
 
#6
I was fishing the Clark Fork in MT a few years back and doing well. This guy wandered up and was "fishing" up stream of me. While, I'm no expert, this dude made me look like a pro (think Mumbles!). I was feeling generous so I went over, struck up a conversation with him and delicately, without offending (hopefully) offered to help. I rigged him up (knowing me, was probably a prince, but I can't recall exactly), gave him a couple pointers and shortly thereafter... He was hooked up. First fish on the fly and a pretty good one. It was cool.
 

Ed Call

Well-Known Member
#10
Greggor and Mumbles at Ringer. Floated this morning to Umtanum.
Ask Greggor, it was both of our best day on the Yakima yet.
Jesse took my rig and went to "work" at a WiFi hotspot...missed a hell of a morning float.


Greggor getting ready (blue Kodiak). Mumbles' boat (olive Kodiak). JesseCFowl's boat (gray Silvertip)
Preparing to put in at Reds down to Mahers...an epic evening.
 

Bob Jones

Still truckless now farther away
#11
I like following your entrees almost anywhere because I never know whats next. I'm also so unknowing with computer work I don't know what I'm doing and you may have to help me out. Lets see Where you're going with this. I know nothing about blogs.
 

Ed Call

Well-Known Member
#12
Pretty simple Bob. Just post up a cool photo of someone doing something fishing related and tell us about it. Passes the time while we await lakes to thaw or river flood waters to drop.
 

Ed Call

Well-Known Member
#13
When real roadways get washed out by mother nature, can logging roads be used to access isolated neighborhoods? Is there fishing along the way? Did you grab yur waders?
Water temp: COLD
Water clarity: ZERO Visibility
Water depth: Just below the knee
Driving through? Not a problem with a standard 4wd vehicle.

 

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