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rschmidt  
#481 Posted : Sunday, April 15, 2018 11:26:46 PM(UTC)
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I was out today and found some fairly clear water. All browns 6 to 14". 17 fish. When(if) melt does come we will be shut down for a few days around here. R
rschmidt  
#482 Posted : Tuesday, April 17, 2018 12:00:23 PM(UTC)
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Winter Trout Fishing!

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The snow was sticking. SUprisingly, they water was pretty good.

Best three of the day.

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Gurth  
#483 Posted : Saturday, April 21, 2018 5:18:40 AM(UTC)
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Got out after work and water is up a good foot over where it was 10 days ago but was fishable and had maybe 2 feet of vis.

Only got a couple of average browns, but was fishing a stretch that usually is pretty slow...


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Highlight was learning that my dog can actually swim.

I assumed (hoped) he could swim - has webbed toes thanks to some Plott hound in him - but had never seen it.

So I'm fishing a corner and the dog is somewhere behind me and I hear a Ka-PLOSH!

Turn around and all I can see is his head and his frantic/manic paddling. The stream I was on is uniformly 2 feet deep at least with 3-6 foot trenches and corner holes.

He couldn't touch the bottom and I was just about to put my phone and key down in case I had to go in and get him, but he made it back to the bank.

I'm glad as I only had boots on - no waders.

He had the zoomies big time when he got out - obviously startled himself. It's entirely possible that he had never swam before.

Here's a wet dog...


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Smile

And to the fisherman I spoke to tonight (coz I know you lurk here), I addressed the item we discussed. Wink
Private correspondence at: jkschind "at" tds.net
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