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Fly Fishing at a Snail's Pace
Fly Fishing at a Snail's Pace
Author: Trouthooker.net
Posted: 11/1/2000
Many fishermen don't put their rods away at the first hint of frost. They know about the tendency of fish to feed heavily on snails during fall months. Some of my largest trout have been caught during autumn with snail imitations. These fish sound and feel like a bag of walnuts as I run my hand carefully along their stomachs. Another indication of fish feeding on snails is a reddened vent where w...
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Sockeye 2000!
Sockeye 2000!
Author: Mike Carey
Posted: 7/12/2000
Lake Washington Sockeye Season For 2000 Matt with a handful! WDFW announced we will have a year 2000 sockeye fishery on Lake Washington. There will be a two fish, minimum size 15" daily limit. There are also certain closed closed days. Sockeye pictures from the Ballard Fish Ladder (from WDFW web site). Reader's Sockeye-related fishin...
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Rules of Fishing
Rules of Fishing
Author: James Brauch
Posted: 4/28/2000
Trout fishing in our local lakes can be a satisfying and rewarding experience if you understand the nature of the creature you are fishing for. Most of these fish were raised in concrete tanks at a fish hatchery since they emerged from the egg. These tanks are about four feet deep and very crowded. The food comes from above and is often delivered either by human hand or by machine. Obviously, they...
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Be a 10 Percenter
Be a 10 Percenter
Author: Robert Johansen
Posted: 2/22/2000
DO TEN PERCENT OF THE ANGLERS CATCH 90 PERCENT OF THE FISH? The old adage that ten percent of the fishermen catch ninety percent of the fish may not be totally accurate, but it is probably more true than most of the other 90 percent would like to admit. Many of the ninety percent of the anglers, that catch only ten percent of the fish, are those casual fishermen that only dust off...
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