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Well Guy's , it is 4 AM and time to hit the road. I will be at Montrose. You will be able to recongnize me. I am the one catching and releasing all the fish. Don't bother asking me if you can have them because I want to catch them next year. See you on the front. Well I guess if I get a nice 2 lbs. Coho I will have him with eggs.
 

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smeltaholic, you are one lucky dog. I gotta say, as I was sweatin' away at the old grindstone today, I had envious thoughts about guys like you. So? Don't keep us in suspense any longer. How'd you do?

Don't eat too much, but hoist a few.
Gus
 
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On 2002-04-11 19:53, Gus wrote:
smeltaholic, you are one lucky dog. I gotta say, as I was sweatin' away at the old grindstone today, I had envious thoughts about guys like you. So? Don't keep us in suspense any longer. How'd you do?

Don't eat too much, but hoist a few.
Gus
I guess not too good. Unless he's STILL out there ??? -----Or , he killed them, and he's just not letting on ???
 

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I work nights so when I get back in I head for da bed.
I got a few perch and saw one nice brown caught. didn't have a lot of time this morning but come Saturday I will be there all day and a dollar to a donut says I have fresh trout or salmon on the grill. Last Saturday he was still flopping when I put him on. Even the CPO stopped and ate some.
There are slowing a little but you can still get the browns 7 or 8 feet down on a slip bobber and a large minnow.
If any of you guys were out Saturday, I was the one who had his pole pulled in and retreaved it with a rooster tail and still got the fish.
 
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