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bluelining is still alive

Started by benben, July 13, 2013, 19:50:17 PM

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The Dude and I were on a quest for low, slow and not muddy water, catching fish was secondary, but we found both.

Fishing was sucky, we caught a lot of fish, just all dinks, so I'll saved my time and took mostly lots of stream pics...



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what is this?  the leaves were quite large.

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off the beaten paths you find some big trees

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tomato can

Nice photos & does Big J fish anymore?

Dougfish

Great pics, Ben!  'c;
Looks like a Mayapple that doesn't have deeply divided leaves.
Was that a big hemlock? Honker!

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Quote from: Dougfish on July 13, 2013, 21:24:20 PM
Great pics, Ben!  'c;
Looks like a Mayapple that doesn't have deeply divided leaves.
Was that a big hemlock? Honker!

Thanks. I think those had some berry like things extending above the leaves though, but I may be wrong. Maybe John can chime in if he remembers.

Yep, hemlock. Dead. The top had already broken off. There were an exceptional number of dead, large adelgid-affected hemlocks in this area. Sad.



Dr. T

What's the secret or how to- to keep those beers frosty cold?   I might have to be in market for some new gear!

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Quote from: Dr. T on July 14, 2013, 10:35:40 AM
What's the secret or how to- to keep those beers frosty cold?   I might have to be in market for some new gear!

Temp outside was in the mid to low 60s all day, I kept them in the cooler on the drive over, then they were then tucked in my fishing pack, stayed perfect temp in my opinion.  As you probably know most beer tastes better on the warmer side of frosty cold.  I had the ESB tucked in a coozie, the Fat Tire not, both were relatively the same temp when I drank them.





Jfey

Quote from: benben on July 14, 2013, 10:46:22 AM
Quote from: Dr. T on July 14, 2013, 10:35:40 AM
What's the secret or how to- to keep those beers frosty cold?   I might have to be in market for some new gear!

Temp outside was in the mid to low 60s all day, I kept them in the cooler on the drive over, then they were then tucked in my fishing pack, stayed perfect temp in my opinion.  As you probably know most beer tastes better on the warmer side of frosty cold.  I had the ESB tucked in a coozie, the Fat Tire not, both were relatively the same temp when I drank them.

You can also wrap them in aluminum foil. 
Yup, going fishing

croaker

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Big J

Quote from: tomato can on July 13, 2013, 20:11:44 PM
does Big J fish anymore?

>:D

Ben, very nice.  Been a little while since a blueline report been up.   'c;

Transylwader

The Hoss is the muthafucking boss, Benson? You not so much breh...

consumnfire1229

Nice work!  I wanted to get out this evening for a couple of hours.  I scouted the creek around 2 p.m. today and my feelings were hurt...
"Thou shalt know thy waters and be wise about those things upon which thy prey doth feed."  4th Commandment of The Eleven Commandments from the Curtis Creek Manifesto


Woolly Bugger

Good stuff, I'm jonesing for some fishing


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Mid to low 60s?? You guys suck.   


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