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Discussion in 'Northwest Fishing' started by akmewon, Dec 30, 2017.
Thats a nice fish. Congrats!!!
Looks like a nice day on the river
When I return from NC, I plan to get after them. I miss standing on the banks drift fishing, casting spinners and spoons for them.
No better way to spend the day!!unless ur spoiled
I could spend spoiled time in one of those!!!
I owned one back in the late 80's but started traveling for work again. Once a Gypsy.....
Nice fish and ride. I spent a few hours last Thursday on the bank. Only thing caught was a few hours of quiet enjoyment.
Back in the day one could not help but pull in at least a few each trip out...
Now we are lucky just to see a fish in a magazine or on a forum....
I used to know a hole or three on the Puyallup!
So did I Art, might have fished next to ya a time or two. Does McMillin, Alderton or below the Carbon ring any bells?
You have really big hands! LoL
One day i’ll get to spend some time on a river...
slave hands!!! get them from hanging too much drywall!!!
LoL we’re all slaves until they put us out to pasture!
Ain't that the truth.... Remember if you work for a corporation, you are but a number that can be punched at any time....
My favorite stretch of the Puy. Can't forget the Carbon itself, used to be able to pull a few out of there every year.
True that on the Carbon. Years ago about a mile or two below the mouth was curve with lots of holes & gravel bars that held fish. Around the early 90's WDFW granted a gravel extraction to a big rock Corp (connected to a land development Corp) and they took out all the holes & gravel bars & made it like a canal, straight as the eye can see!!!
There are a places along that stretch are starting to come back into fish holding shape. A lot of good that it does as there are no steelies to use those spots.
That's great, all it takes is a few floods to wreck their handy work.
We had a ball today on a small Southwest Washington stream that just dropped into shape perfectly.
Not a guide but a friend who knows how to hunt steelhead.