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Old 04-20-2013, 07:45 PM   #502
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Went for a quick float by myself after work. Trout fishing. Not a single trout. But I did hang this...

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Went for a quick float by myself after work. Trout fishing. Not a single trout. But I did hang this...

Damn nice catch!!
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Old 04-23-2013, 07:34 PM   #504
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Got out for a few hours with this high tide and lighter winds. Launched from the dock and all I threw today was a spook jr.

Had probably a dozen blowups but most fish either wouldnt comit, missed the hooks, or just completely knocked the lure out of the water.

I did connect with 2 nice trout and a nice red.

Cant complain for a few relaxing hours on the water in the kayak.







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Nice catches Kameron!!!


I'm buying a pontoon boat here in a few months and can't wait to start hitting it hard!!!!
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Old 04-30-2013, 03:11 PM   #506
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Caught this hog yesterday afternoon, my new personal best Wish I'd had a scale.

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Old 04-30-2013, 03:54 PM   #507
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If anyone likes fishing Abu Rods or reels, or using Berkley line pm me :P
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Old 04-30-2013, 04:12 PM   #508
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Old 04-30-2013, 04:26 PM   #509
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Hey guys, new to this thread. I grew up in Nebraska but now live in Colorado with my wife and haven't fished in a couple of decades. My wife and I both want to go and already bought a couple rod/reels in preparation for this summer. I don't see us doing too much fast moving water stuff and will likely be doing a majority of our fishing on calm bodies of water from the bank.

As I'm sure things have advanced in two decades... what do we need? I will need some line and tackle and such and am not even sure where to start. Just the basics but something we won't have to throw away if we continue doing it and want to upgrade or add more choices. I could just go bug someone at Bass Pro Shops, Cabelas or Sportsman's Warehouse but I'd rather do that research from the comfort of my home.

Thoughts? Ideas?
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Old 04-30-2013, 04:28 PM   #510
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Went for a quick float by myself after work. Trout fishing. Not a single trout. But I did hang this...

If you went by yourself,




..........then who took the picture?
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Old 04-30-2013, 04:31 PM   #511
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Hey guys, new to this thread. I grew up in Nebraska but now live in Colorado with my wife and haven't fished in a couple of decades. My wife and I both want to go and already bought a couple rod/reels in preparation for this summer. I don't see us doing too much fast moving water stuff and will likely be doing a majority of our fishing on calm bodies of water from the bank.

As I'm sure things have advanced in two decades... what do we need? I will need some line and tackle and such and am not even sure where to start. Just the basics but something we won't have to throw away if we continue doing it and want to upgrade or add more choices. I could just go bug someone at Bass Pro Shops, Cabelas or Sportsman's Warehouse but I'd rather do that research from the comfort of my home.

Thoughts? Ideas?
Hmm not sure what species youll be targeting but quality spinning reels are always nice to have around, and P-line makes good entry level line thats pretty cheap
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Old 04-30-2013, 04:41 PM   #512
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Hmm not sure what species youll be targeting but quality spinning reels are always nice to have around, and P-line makes good entry level line thats pretty cheap
The rod/reel combo I for each of us is the Pflueger Arbor Spinning Combo from Gander Mountain because I got a good deal. I got the 2pc 6' 6" version for easier portability and storing and such plus it was the last thing they had in stock at the price we ordered at (I think I paid less than $50 shipped for each one). Now we just need the rest. We've been hitting garage sales and I had hoped to find some fishing gear but 1) I'm not sure what I would know what I was looking at or what it's value was and 2) it seems when you're actually looking for something at garage sales that's the one thing you don't see.
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The rod/reel combo I for each of us is the Pflueger Arbor Spinning Combo from Gander Mountain because I got a good deal. I got the 2pc 6' 6" version for easier portability and storing and such plus it was the last thing they had in stock at the price we ordered at (I think I paid less than $50 shipped for each one). Now we just need the rest. We've been hitting garage sales and I had hoped to find some fishing gear but 1) I'm not sure what I would know what I was looking at or what it's value was and 2) it seems when you're actually looking for something at garage sales that's the one thing you don't see.
Well whatcha ya gonna be fishing for ?
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Old 04-30-2013, 07:12 PM   #514
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Well whatcha ya gonna be fishing for ?
Fish. Duh.

Not sure what the lakes around here have but I'm guessing large and small mouth bass, walleye, perch and gobs of trout but that's going to be the river fishing.
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Fish. Duh.

Not sure what the lakes around here have but I'm guessing large and small mouth bass, walleye, perch and gobs of trout but that's going to be the river fishing.
touche... haha but for large and small mouth try some soft plastics, look up a "shakey head" always catches bass. Or try wacking riggin a Gary Yamamoto Senko. Senkos can be substituted with another cheaper stick bait if you prefer
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Self-timer app on my phone. Duh

Went and threw off the bank for a little while tonight since they were generating. Glad I went...



23" 6 lb brown. Unfortunately, couldn't revive it after the fight.
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I just started back up fishing again last summer. I grew up in MA and loved to bass fish. I now live I NW FL (Navarre) and started fishing off the pier. I bought my Taco in hopes of getting a boat, we'll see, kids college you know. Gonna try to find some bass fishing around here. Some day I will learn to fly fish, it is a goal of mine. Looking forward to this thread.
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23" 6 lb brown. Unfortunately, couldn't revive it after the fight.

Bummer, that's a nice fish to have die on you. Did you eat that bitch at least?
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Weather sucked today so I thought why not, I've got nothing better to do. Pulled in this Jack, fought it for 20 - 30 minutes, my arm was killing me. Pulled it in on a Rainshadow 903, Penn Battle 4000 with 10lb mono.
It was pretty fun.

My wife thinks I'm insane because when I go fishing, and actually catch something I wear gloves to drive the truck home. I can't get the fish smell off my hands so I keep a cheep pair of gloves in the truck so I don't get the smell on the leather steering wheel. I don't see anything wrong with this.
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