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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 06-11-2013, 12:09 PM Thread Starter
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Fishing with no fish caught.....casting lots of casting.

Just a short clip of me and some friends on our first trip this year,TRYING to catch some trout but we didnt so i guess it ends up in the casting category..

hope you enjoy some fishless crappy casting.
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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 06-11-2013, 12:48 PM
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WOOZER! You'd love southern Oregon. Save for Mt. Ashland (no place to fish anyway) we have LAWS that prevent those sorts of fishing conditions.




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I bet i would love Oregon, yeah that "river" we were fishing is a really sad example of the way things End up here:S
There were Salmon pushing 50 pounds and trout around 30 pounds beeing caught back in thé day.
But now its all damms and turbines.
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How sad.

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I bet i would love Oregon, yeah that "river" we were fishing is a really sad example of the way things End up here:S
There were Salmon pushing 50 pounds and trout around 30 pounds beeing caught back in thé day.
But now its all damms and turbines.
I so hear you, and why if you can, we're pulling them out. At some point in time they served a purpose, in 50-90 years of looking back ... not a good 'Plan A.'

Free flowing rivers gave Mom Nature millions of return fish ... now lots of those fisheries are in total collapses.




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That is a very cool video! Music selection was perfect. It's a bummer you had a fishless day but you can't tell me that's what it was about. It was stunningly beautiful where you were fishing, and btw, I wish I could cast that crappy! Thanks for posting. These are the kind of videos I will actually "bore" my wife with because it justifies why I do what I do.
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Thank you,Glad tog hear that you liked it
Most of the times im out fishing it tends to be mostly casting, but i dont mind as Long as i get to be out by the river.

And justifying our way of life is a cross we all must bear, but if i helped someone doing that then its all worth it..

All the best.
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Nice video, sweet casting! Catching a 30 lb fish there... Would be heaven in my imagination!! Beautiful place
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Bignap:
Thank you
That place is as scary as it is cool.
Its 50/50 rockclimbing and fishing, but you got to risk it to get the bisquit.
Still waiting for the bisquit thou
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Nice vid, and beautiful water. Ad some snowshoes for next winter!
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I can only Imagine. With all the ice and snow in the video I bet it could be a bit dangerous! One of the reasons I love swinging flies, we get to goto exotic places that we would otherwise never visit for any other reason but to chase big Chrome fish. We all love catching fish and its ultimately why we do it, but when u can hang out in a place like that all day with ur boys.... The biscuit is just a bonus! Dam good one too!!
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Wow verg nice vid thx
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Bignap:
I couldnt agree more,as long as i get some kind of confirmation like a tug,jumping fish,or just the knowledge that there is big fish in the river im good.
Some of my best trips has been the times were i caught absolutely nothing, but got to see new rivers or just helped someone land a fish.


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Yeah man any signs of life is just enough to keep me there all day swinging through 4-5 times different fly, different tip, shorter, farther.....gotta love it!
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You can sign me up for a fishless day on that river any time! Very well done. Thanks for posting.

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Bignap:
Oh yeah there is nothing quite like it.

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Nice to hear Thatcher you liked it.
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