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MeLikeFlyFish-FlyFishGood 07-01-2017 05:05 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mike Lyons (Post 170347)
As of 2:00PM this afternoon the damsel hatch is still on. The lake will be very busy this weekend, based on the number of campers already there. Fishing was good today. 25+ to the net. About half on damsel nymphs but the better fish on chronimids (good fish ran 14-17 inches) five of those guys.

Any change in light value (clouds) triggered an epic response from the fish. One fish every 10 feet, coming up to eat a damsel at or very near the surface...a sight not soon forgotten. I will stay away from the lake until the end of next week and hope the hatch lasts, good luck.
Mike

Sounds epic!

mvtoro 07-02-2017 03:43 PM

Bucksnort,

I'm sure that's not what he meant. He was almost certianly trying to justify his own puritan elitism. I just like to find the truth in everything I can. ;)

Old Bull 07-03-2017 01:33 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bucksnort (Post 170333)
Releasing a fish while it is in the water is easily done with hookless barbs.

Hookless barbs? Knowing you, you were checking to see who was paying attention. Good one Jim!

Bucksnort 07-03-2017 02:07 PM

Old Bull,

Roger that. Just a taste of my ultra corny humor like, "time's fun when you're having flies".

Jim Schroeder


Happy 4th of July.

Those who go forth on the fourth with a fifth, may not return on the fifth.

I cannot take credit for this quote. I saw it on a wall in an office at Lowry Air Force Base, CO, many years ago.


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