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An Evening Out In A Storm.


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Started out nice..

 

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Got a little threatening...

 

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It just poured, no cover, good thing we brought our raingear. Twenty minutes later we had the place to ourselves. Everyone that was smart left. Some of use that are fishing nuts, know what is coming next. HAIL, MORE HAIL, OUCHY,OUCHY

 

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So did they.

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It ended in bliss.

 

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Missing my fishing partner.

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Looks beautiful.. Even with the rain storm.. Rain or shine I'd be out there no matter what...thanks to a great friend all I think is fishing...

Who is your fishing partner that was missing??

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Gary very nice pictures. It sure make a fellow want to be out fishing and not stuck in a dam office even if it is raining.

 

I'm assuming that was the Bow.

 

Tight Lines Always

Dennis S :fishing::fish_jump:

 

Not the Bow. A local lake near Wabamun.

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There was a Tadpole migration like I had never seen before after the storm. Prior to the storm they were holding up in old rat runs a few hundred here and there as we walked around the lake. It was very interesting. After the storm went through. They were all heading west in a counter clockwise path about 4 feet from shore in 1.5 to 2 feet of water and in a band about 2 feet across. There were thousands of them doing this. It was like watching black sockeye salmon moving up a river….so cool. The fish were coming into the shore line causing havoc and a #8 Black Leech pattern or Maroon did the trick. A good twenty foot cast out into deeper water at a 45 degree angle away from the shore line with a short but steady stripping retrieve was the recipe.

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Looks beautiful.. Even with the rain storm.. Rain or shine I'd be out there no matter what...thanks to a great friend all I think is fishing...

Who is your fishing partner that was missing??

 

Cant say
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If you find yourself with an extra space to fill I'm sure I could make myself available. Unfortunately mostly just weekends though as work seems to mess up the good fishin days during the week.

 

Willing to share gas, cheap shots and the odd nip or two of scotch.

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If you find yourself with an extra space to fill I'm sure I could make myself available. Unfortunately mostly just weekends though as work seems to mess up the good fishin days during the week.

 

Willing to share gas, cheap shots and the odd nip or two of scotch.

 

LOL we might have to do that one day. Make it a big bottle single malt…hehe..

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I respect your keeping that honor between you and your. Particularly if you can't say. But like what Jim said if you ever need a companion I could make it work.

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I respect your keeping that honor between you and your. Particularly if you can't say. But like what Jim said if you ever need a companion I could make it work.

I will take you up on that Ms.Kinoshita.

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done deal! I'll pack a lunch!! :D

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Good Scotch in my experience has never been harmed by Drambue. Even good old Oban or Craganmore settles in nicely with this as a partner.

Make sure that the Drambue only slightly clouds the ice first. Keep it limited on the volume. It is to be a Scotch and Dram drink, not the other way around. :cheers:

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