Favorite kind of fishing??

Discussion in 'Fishing Forum' started by Hillbilly Willie, Feb 20, 2005.

  1. Woodduck31

    Woodduck31 Elite Refuge Member Sponsor

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    High altitude cutthroats. There is nothing better than fishing for cutts at 8000 feet in the backcountry of Idaho.
     
  2. Cbass

    Cbass Elite Refuge Member

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    nothing like being on the bay thigh deep in water wading with the sun burning down on you cathcing some reds and trout :tu

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    of course flounder giggin is a blast as well

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  3. hillbillyhunter

    hillbillyhunter Elite Refuge Member

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    I Like to be challenged by Mr.Flathead and Mr.Bluecat.
     
  4. uglytoy

    uglytoy Senior Refuge Member

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    Anything on a fly. Love catching all those big fish 80 miles out .
     
  5. goose pit

    goose pit Elite Refuge Member

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    backtrolling lindy rigs for walleyes is a blast for me. Of course a big chub on a slip sinker rig catchin Flatheads is pretty fun too :tu
     
  6. Greybeard

    Greybeard Elite Refuge Member

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    Sam of NC: Wonderful picture, man!....look at the smiles!!!! Priceless. :tu

    Widgewhacker: Daaaaummm! Them thar hain't bait feesh! :eek: Y'all commercial or what?!
     
  7. steelheader

    steelheader Elite Refuge Member

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    I also say anything on a fly. Steelhead has to be one of my addictions. :yes
     
  8. thedckstpshere

    thedckstpshere Elite Refuge Member

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    I second that! Deckhanded on Ken Hoffman's boat (owner of the A's) on a wide open albacore bite. It was awesome.
     
  9. KYDU

    KYDU Senior Refuge Member

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    Slow troll for crappie and stripes. KYDU :tu :grvn :grvn
     
  10. IFSteve

    IFSteve Elite Refuge Member

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    Anything big that will take a fly and nothing better than going after something that usually won't have anything to do with a fly. Right now I'd love to tangle with a big (I mean over 100 ponds) yellowfin tuna. Yehawwww! :nutz
     

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