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February 12 Red Deer River


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Don't want to dis you guys, but , WE WERE SKUNKED !!!!!! :huh::blink::angry::(<_ src="http://nlft.org/forum/uploads/emoticons/default_box.gif" alt=":box:"> We tried below the DAM and DAM it was BAD! <_ src="http://nlft.org/forum/uploads/emoticons/default_mad.gif" alt=":angry:">

We don't know where the fish are ???? Damb the LOCALLS. ( THEY MUST BE THOWING ROCKS OR SOMETHING BECAUSE THERE WERE VERY FEW FISH TO BE SEEN AND THEY WOULD NOT LOOK AT OUR HOOKS). <_ .>

We also tryed RR21 and same thing , :angry: NO FISH !!!!! :beer::beer: We left empty handed :curse::curse::curse:

Sorry to get your hopes up with the good weather BUT , your taking your CHANCES :eek::eek::eek:

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Just to add to the last post .

 

WE HAD A GREAT DAY WITHOUT CATCHING A A A A A A A A A FISH, in amongst the sore groins from slogging through the deep snow and walking miles of river to be SKUNKED AGAIN!!!!!! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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It was wicked slow - but there were a few risers that RB and I targeted hard. This one was 10 casts after the rise - so I figured it was a lost cause - but he was still there.

 

TONS of suckers in the water - probably eyeballed 40 suckers over 2 lbs - but the dumb fish can't be caught without a few chunks of chicken...

 

Certainly slow at this time of year - but it was good to see as many redd's as we did from the fall. Looks like the browns are keeping healthy in there...

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