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Old 09-24-2010, 07:46 AM
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Streams? What streams!?! Please see my 9/24 update in the original post.

Now, let's go fishing.

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Old 09-24-2010, 10:53 AM
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Streams? What streams!?! Please see my 9/24 update in the original post.

Now, let's go fishing.

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If you need to change direction in your map making pursuits, here is a start:


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Old 09-24-2010, 11:15 AM
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hehe I love it NDuncan! Now I finally know where to catch those black ones...

I think I am just going to use some sort of code like transposing letters in the stream name from now on to tell where I am fishing. This weekend I will be fishing "Corney Freek" in the rain... seriously too... I will be taking Fred's Corney Freek map with map cause it shows me just where the Corney Freek trout live.

Lets go fish!
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Old 09-24-2010, 02:00 PM
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NDuncan, now that's what I'm talkin' 'bout. The only suggestion I have is to perhaps blur the silhouettes just enough that they still appear fish-like.

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hehe I love it NDuncan! Now I finally know where to catch those black ones...

I think I am just going to use some sort of code like transposing letters in the stream name from now on to tell where I am fishing. This weekend I will be fishing "Corney Freek" in the rain... seriously too... I will be taking Fred's Corney Freek map with map cause it shows me just where the Corney Freek trout live.

Lets go fish!

Adam,

Good luck getting your 'Freek' on in the rain! Just remember, if you catch some good fish and want to post a report, please, please protect the innocent:

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Old 09-24-2010, 03:02 PM
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NDuncan,

Funny stuff, good to see someone with a sense of humor around here

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Old 09-24-2010, 04:11 PM
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NDuncan--You've got me a bit worried. That looks mighty like a worn-out night crawler resting on the moss near the anonymous rainbow's anal vent. Tell me it ain't so!
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Old 09-24-2010, 04:32 PM
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NDuncan--You've got me a bit worried. That looks mighty like a worn-out night crawler resting on the moss near the anonymous rainbow's anal vent. Tell me it ain't so!
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No no, no nightcrawlers .

I think that's a wet badly decomposed leaf and then a piece of a twig, next to that "Thundery" rainbow (all the more direction I'm gonna give, haha) which incidentally was one of the fish I caught on a fly that I tied myself. - The dog-hair parachute adams that you can partially see still sticking of his mouth (i just moved into tying in June/July). So it was an especially memorable trip for me, catching several fish on my first homemade flies - even though they weren't the prettiest, gave me some validation that I was doing something right.
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Clever photoshopping that adams in it's mouth just remember to edit out the night crawler out next time . Turns out I am going to miss my Corney freek trip up to cs 71 due to circumstances beyond my control . Spotlight is going to go without me.
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Mock the old folks all you like, but remember us when you pass a dozen people with fishing rods while hiking into your "special" small creek someday and wonder why it doesn't seem as special as you remember it.
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