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Paulf

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  1. ...the next bunch of pictures are of the log jam...it is so massive, just had to share...
  2. ...some more fishy pictures...here we see Dan with a fish on...proof in the pudding...
  3. ...just getting to the log jam was a challenge with all the little run offs going in all different directions...here is Dan helping John and Kevin up out of one of the run offs...
  4. ...kind of looks like dipper...but I never saw him play the accordion...maybe after a few bottles of pisco, the accordion playing will start... ...Ken, my apologies for the hijacking of this thread...but logjams and dancing dippers seem to go hand in hand ...
  5. ...well now, how very Canadian of you...eh?
  6. Ken, Thanks for posting the pictures...the smiles on the faces says it all, nuff said...the pit tagging at first go was a challenge, but after a few fish, it sure got easier...but I didn't know that every time one turns on the unit, it rains, go figure...it sure was a fun day and had a terrific time sharing it with everyone...I am sure looking forward to the next group outing, maybe it will be a weekend excursion...nudge...nudge..wink...wink...
  7. ...actually Dan made it look easy...too easy...I struggled getting across, had to find a stick to help balance things out...the log jam is the first one I have seen this bad, although water still gets through, I am not too sure that the fish see the same picture...keep a look out, we have a clave planned in the area in the future, will post soon...or should I say the clave master (Dan) will post soon...we usually like to take an extra day (Friday) with the weekend...
  8. Ken...that is encouraging news...looking forward to our first outing...
  9. Thank you very much for the cake...It was very good
  10. ...Ken, thanks for this, it was interesting...
  11. Neil...back in the day, this is how most people held the fish because they usually kept it to feed their family...Dan's remark in no way insinuated that you do not know how to handle fish safely and carefully, it was an observation...there are a lot of people out there that just grab the fish through the gills and do damage beyond repair and then decide that they do not want to keep it, then release it and wonder why it floats belly up... Rod, why the screaming and hollering, are we not friendly fishers on this site? Truthfully, when I first viewed the pictures, I thought the same thing as Dan, I guess being involved in fish studies and the careful handling of fish while taking samples of scales and fins, then releasing the fish to swim on their way, we see things in different perspectives. Nice fish by the way...great to see happy faces. Paul Fitt
  12. ...book me too for a category 2 volunteer...if there are any more electro-fishing fishing planned, please let me know, I'm in like flint for that too...
  13. Paulf

    Muir Lake

    ...and tales from the dark side...is there a bigfoot on the loose at Muir? Is this just someone playing around ? Is there a naked moose running around Muir? This is about six feet in a tree.
  14. Paulf

    Muir Lake

    ...I had thought that I heard that the aerators were taken out, but it looks like the south one is still in place, at least the cable is still in place...have a look see...
  15. Paulf

    Muir Lake

    ...more fishies at the dock on the bay...
  16. Paulf

    Muir Lake

    ...and at the south portion of the lake...
  17. Paulf

    Muir Lake

    ...ventured out to Muir this afternoon, this is what we saw...at the dock area...
  18. Paulf

    Muir Lake

    ...lots of these little fishies swimming about...
  19. Paulf

    Muir Lake

    ...three more looks...
  20. Paulf

    Muir Lake

    ...a couple more looks...
  21. Paulf

    Muir Lake

    ...it's getting close, with a little wind, warm weather and rain, it shouldn't take too long...here are few pictures from today...
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