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#898825 - 09/04/08 03:35 PM Re: pic of a 32 inch brown [Re: easy45]
MFBAB
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Dynamite?
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#898875 - 09/04/08 04:11 PM Re: pic of a 32 inch brown [Re: MFBAB]
trealtree
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jerkbait. \:\)

Edited by trealtree (09/04/08 04:11 PM)
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#898895 - 09/04/08 04:23 PM Re: pic of a 32 inch brown [Re: trealtree]
go_okfishin
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you left a letter out of your signature. \:D


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Edited by gookfishin (09/04/08 04:25 PM)
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#898945 - 09/04/08 04:58 PM Re: pic of a 32 inch brown [Re: ]
trealtree
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Dang, I just wasted a bunch of time reading through all of this mess. But I did see few good points made and alot of nonsense. This is one of the reasons I dont post here as much as I used to. I will keep my fishing reports to myself.
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#899250 - 09/04/08 08:25 PM Re: pic of a 32 inch brown [Re: mr.big]
shorefisherman
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No Sheet trealtree, I just did the same thing wasted my time reading thid who;e thread.....Ridiculous..I gotta go... John MCcain is bout to speak!
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#900617 - 09/05/08 01:40 PM Re: pic of a 32 inch brown [Re: ]
decaturhunter
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#901536 - 09/06/08 03:58 AM Re: pic of a 32 inch brown [Re: decaturhunter]
Tubakka
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I love this guy! "I know its kind of a smaller fish"...haha...amazing. Hats off man...

...wait wait...what was it NOT caught on again? Even though the guy does practice this particular technique? Hmmm....

I'm not saying go throw those outfits away...but once again...don't be retarded. Look at statistics and facts. Like those guys we met at the ramp last night. They fish the White River, the pre-eminent trout fishery on the planet, and They couldn't believe the fish shore and I have pulled out of Caney both wading and floating and we're not alone doing what we do...and results are across the board at least with those with a little knowledge applied to the actual mechanics of the tactic. If you're going to be an angler, be a complete angler. Great guys though. I gave them a few pointers and we're meeting in the morning to trade info and stuff. But... If you're out on any tailrace river anywhere...or anywhere trout swim [primarily brown trout for that matter] and you don't have a spinning outfit rigged up with a rapala or rogue and a few sizes and varieties waiting in the wings, you're cheating yourself out of alot of fishing opportunities. Pics don't lie...'nuff said. Btw, light up those torches folks. I'm back in town. See ya out there tomorrow bright and early. And good luck to all.

...and once again dude...I"m jealous. I know where I"m planning my next trip...and it ain't the Caney.

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#901684 - 09/06/08 09:26 AM Re: pic of a 32 inch brown [Re: Tubakka]
gil1
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 Originally Posted By: Tubakka
I know where I"m planning my next trip...and it ain't the Caney.

Sounds like the zero character/huge ego disease is spreading fast. Look out E TN, here comes ole Tartar Sauce...
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#901834 - 09/06/08 12:19 PM Re: pic of a 32 inch brown [Re: Tubakka]
B.D.
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 Originally Posted By: Tubakka
Like those guys we met at the ramp last night. They fish the White River, the pre-eminent trout fishery on the planet, and They couldn't believe the fish shore and I have pulled out of Caney both wading and floating and we're not alone doing what we do...


No wonder the ramps on the Caney are so crowded. Every time Tubs takes his boat out, all us poor uneducated fishermen gather around and hold a worship service.

Throwing rapalas and rogues isn't rocket science. People have been doing it for twenty years on the White. It's just that most of them don't go around on the Internet like they invented it.

bd


Edited by Brian Dunigan (09/06/08 12:19 PM)

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#902316 - 09/06/08 08:24 PM Re: pic of a 32 inch brown [Re: B.D.]
Tubakka
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See Bd you'r emissing the poitn altogether. No, tossing a jerkbait is not rocket science. But its pretty obvious that there is a technique to it because not everyone that goes and throws a rogue catches big trout consistently, just as those few flyfishermen who are adept enough to throw streamers in current. It's applicatino of that kinetic skill. Location location location. The big bait and ease of use just allows one [at laes tin my one personal experience] to focus more on the more important things in fishing. I know I didn't invent it, but amazes me how many people refuse to do it when its so proven effective...and their results on other methods can't even compare to the goods produced by knowledgeable application of this tactic. I think it takes ego to go fish a type of tackle just becaues it makes you fit into the "club" better...frankyl, I just want to do what gets me more fish bigger and the easiest way. I help any and all who I can. Gil...ego? Dude...I just shrae info...and expose real assholes, you know the ones who charge big bucks to sell people limited knowledge and a facade of prestige and competence. All fly anglers? No...not hardly. But a good percentage of the guides I've met hide behind a name brand and an excuse that their tackle "is more challenging" to guise the fact that redneck joe has way more big fish under his belt than upstart yuppie ken doll. now...those guys that can use all those tactics to achieve the optimum reuslts for a given situation? Hats off...but those individuals are few and far between...I myself cannot count myself among those, but I will give myself credit...I have worked hard and am very adept at approach and placement of the right lure at the right time on spinning, and am willing to share any and all info I have with anyone freely. No guide fee. I guess that's arrogance.
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