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Discussion in 'Fishing Forum' started by IkillforFOILES, Sep 27, 2008.
Smallmouth bass on Texas rigged tubes or wacky rigs.
Then walleye on anything they'll take!
Silver salmon also called Coho. We hit them in mid-late summer. I fish out of Valdez and even right off the bank. We're allowed 6 per day and we limit almost every time. Too much fun. One of the perks of living in Alaska. The downside is it's -18 degrees today and it's along way til salmon fishing season.
Ocean chinook, hands down.
Bucketlist fish for me fly-fishing... I imagine they would be a lot of fun on top-water and a 7 weight fly-rod.
I caught a few in FL on conventional gear, and a 2 lbs peacock would drown a 6 lbs black bass if you tied them tail to tail... Biggest one I ever caught was in the 4 lbs range... Better tasting than black bass as well.
Tarpon are one of the sportiest fish I have had the pleasure of catching (conventional gear)... Would love to chase them on the fly.
Anything in the tuna family puts up a solid pull on the rod... Lot's of action and good fighting fish, you cannot beat tuna.
Watching a large rainbow sip a small dry-fly off the surface is good stuff.
American shad on the fly are a blast. HUGE grab and extremely strong pulling fish for their size (I thought I had hooked into a salmon on the first one I caught).
Steelhead... Something about them. I have yet to have a fish that is more enjoyable or exciting to catch than steelhead on the fly. There is that moment when the heart stops for a beat, and then picks up three after the realization that there is a FISH ON!
As mentioned above, I think Peacock bass would be a heck of a lot of fun...
Got to be the best
Trolling for salmon just out of the golden gate in a boat not meant for it.
Steelhead on the swing
False albacore on flies
Bluegill on a 2wt flyrod
Pretty much in that order.