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Started by diaz dassie, November 07, 2010, 20:22:50 PM
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Advice was taken from some well decent fishing mates of mine and the plan was set in stone. Deciding to head up even though snow was forecast for the weekend I did a most dumbass move and fished Bullhead Creek. The Park claimed $22 and I had a very sub par day. The colors of the leaves were worth it though. Here are some pix from my twenty two donkey ripping...
I am glad she treated you well. I think I saw that same dead fish when I was there. It was above where you stayed. Good stuff man, good stuff!
Fine fine fishies. You deserve it with all the hikin' you do.
Nice report Mike!! Really nice browns and bows! What's up with all that shit hanging in the trees.... Looks like a tornado blew through or something. Ghetto fishin' I guess!!
Looked like laundry hangin' out to dry! Pretty troots, beat the hell out of the expo I'm sure.
Welcome to the 20''+ Wild Brown Club my brotha. It's a very exclusive club -0- -0- -0-
Nice fish, very pristine waters
damn..kick ass report..way to get after them even in the cold as shit temps..kudos on the trains too.. -0- -0- -0-
I shoulda hung out with you, cause my late attempt at catching some Davidson River Jurassic trout wasn't all that spectacular. After reading this suckage I may not even post my latest D.R. (dismal report).
I want to fish yall's trash stream.
Who does one have to blow to get the 411 on this awesome cesspool of a river? It looks trashy enough for carp to me.
Great report! Love that brown and the beer can art too. Im also wondering about all that toilet paper hanging in the trees.
good shit t-wade ive been meaning to hit the trashy, but havent found the time yet. y;
I hope you washed your waders! Large browns of all varieties frequent those waters.