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Re: Typical Question on a local board

Post by f*carp » Tue Mar 06, 2012 9:51 pm

D - I have never seen that guy's reports, but wow...just.. wow. That said, my TPH is better than his.

Here is another PA gem...
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Re: Typical Question on a local board

Post by Woolybug25 » Mon Mar 12, 2012 6:24 pm

The grammar is not a joke. This is really how this dude rolls....

riverbob - Frist what a nice day. Now, I've cault mud cat, walleye's, even smallmouth's, n put my mark on them. releaced them, n cault them again later. Today I cault a steelhead that was cault n put on a stringer before. I could tell that, my the way her mouth was deformed.(right side) she also so had a slit on her lower right jaw. I'm just woundering if it could be the one of the one's that I let go, she weight about 12 or 13 lbs. ( when I catch fish I put them on a perging line, n sometime's, I don't have enough for the smoker, so I let them go.( Because of the river flow, where I live, I string them on the right side) So I must of done good, ( she was just what I needed to fill my smoker now. WHAT A LUCKY GUY I AM. Ps. river,s full of fish.:) pss What do u think is the best way to string a fish for possible release later ( no matter what reason)
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Re: Typical Question on a local board

Post by tailchaser » Mon Mar 12, 2012 7:11 pm

Woolybug25 wrote:The grammar is not a joke. This is really how this dude rolls....

riverbob - Frist what a nice day. Now, I've cault mud cat, walleye's, even smallmouth's, n put my mark on them. releaced them, n cault them again later. Today I cault a steelhead that was cault n put on a stringer before. I could tell that, my the way her mouth was deformed.(right side) she also so had a slit on her lower right jaw. I'm just woundering if it could be the one of the one's that I let go, she weight about 12 or 13 lbs. ( when I catch fish I put them on a perging line, n sometime's, I don't have enough for the smoker, so I let them go.( Because of the river flow, where I live, I string them on the right side) So I must of done good, ( she was just what I needed to fill my smoker now. WHAT A LUCKY GUY I AM. Ps. river,s full of fish.:) pss What do u think is the best way to string a fish for possible release later ( no matter what reason)
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Re: Typical Question on a local board

Post by fallen513 » Mon Mar 12, 2012 7:38 pm

I hate that guy now.
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Re: Typical Question on a local board

Post by pink squirrel » Mon Mar 12, 2012 7:45 pm

Woolybug25 wrote:The grammar is not a joke. This is really how this dude rolls....

riverbob - Frist what a nice day. Now, I've cault mud cat, walleye's, even smallmouth's, n put my mark on them. releaced them, n cault them again later. Today I cault a steelhead that was cault n put on a stringer before. I could tell that, my the way her mouth was deformed.(right side) she also so had a slit on her lower right jaw. I'm just woundering if it could be the one of the one's that I let go, she weight about 12 or 13 lbs. ( when I catch fish I put them on a perging line, n sometime's, I don't have enough for the smoker, so I let them go.( Because of the river flow, where I live, I string them on the right side) So I must of done good, ( she was just what I needed to fill my smoker now. WHAT A LUCKY GUY I AM. Ps. river,s full of fish.:) pss What do u think is the best way to string a fish for possible release later ( no matter what reason)

Holy motherfucking shit!

I've got a good feeling about where this came from.

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Re: Typical Question on a local board

Post by Zach Matthews » Fri Mar 16, 2012 9:37 am

"On Sunday, May 15th, I caught a 4.5” wild tiger trout – my 19th lifetime wild tiger trout."

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Re: Typical Question on a local board

Post by Lando » Fri Mar 16, 2012 9:54 am

Remind me never to go to PA. The dude gets 10,000 trout in a year, but only one is over 20"?
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Re: Typical Question on a local board

Post by D-nymph » Fri Mar 16, 2012 10:19 am

Lando wrote:Remind me never to go to PA. The dude gets 10,000 trout in a year, but only one is over 20"?
Keep out Lando!

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Re: Typical Question on a local board

Post by stillsteamin » Wed Mar 21, 2012 9:46 pm

Part of a tr by the owner and head guide of the fly shop that sponsors the forum...specializes in river pimping and teaching clients how to fish to spawners on a river that relies on natural reproduction

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Re: Typical Question on a local board

Post by woolly bugger » Wed Mar 21, 2012 9:50 pm

stillsteamin wrote:Part of a tr by the owner and head guide of the fly shop that sponsors the forum...specializes in river pimping and teaching clients how to fish to spawners on a river that relies on natural reproduction

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classy,

speaking of class, you got a full size pic of your avatard?

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Re: Typical Question on a local board

Post by shunned » Wed Mar 21, 2012 10:22 pm

what makes a great angler?

to be fair it was the first day of autumn. :coffee
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Re: Typical Question on a local board

Post by fallen513 » Thu Mar 22, 2012 8:46 pm

i was wearing waders and just had a few home made worms. he was telling me he'd fished there all day and nothing,and said to fish here. third cast, a 3 1/2 smallie.
i felt so guilty i offered it to him. he said no but i felt he had earned it. no one was catching this day. it wasn't long and i caught about a 16" muskie in the same spot. i didn't want to throw it back in as i wanted to catch a saugeye or two. luckily a man ask for it..
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