Joined: Thu Dec 25, 2008 7:44 pm Posts: 114 Location: Japan
Japn has it all Rico, the snow & the fish holly smokes D, all these huge ones in 30 mins...That's unbelievable. I think the fish must have suicidal tendencies over there, or they've got the hots for you!
Joined: Tue Apr 14, 2009 9:31 am Posts: 264 Location: a vanagon somewhere in WA
anyone got any beta on fishing in the PNW? i'm pretty much a rookie at fly fishing, and i just moved to seattle a couple months ago, so i barely know the area at all. but my dad is coming out for a visit from vermont, and he's a pretty seasoned fly fisher, so i'd like to take him out somewhere cool. i assume most of the western rivers are still pretty high right now... are the eastern ones looking better? thanks for any advice!
Joined: Sat Oct 08, 2005 3:44 pm Posts: 515 Location: Flagstaff, AZ
I hiked into a pretty remote canyon last Saturday. Tiny creek, and small but beautiful stream bred rainbows. This fish was alone in this pool. I managed to sneak up without spooking him. He proceeded to reject 5 patterns in 45 minutes before I landed him with a tiny pheasant tail.
Every fish was brightly colored, probably the most beautiful rainbows I've seen anywhere.
And one more from a great day
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