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Thursday, February 27, 2014

Is It Still Winter?

 
I, YellowStoneFly, stepped outside the other day and saw my shadow and said to myself, "damn it's still cold." Contrary, a good friend of the Idaho Fly Fishers Blog stopped me in the hall and showed to me a photo of a 6-7 pound rainbow he had just caught on Washington's upper Columbia River.
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Idaho Fly Fishers BlogIdaho Fly Fishers BlogWhen asked how he was successful, "it was 18 degrees and I just slow stripped a large streamer and cleaned the icicles off my guides after every cast." That is not much fun in my opinion. Give me at least sun, above freezing and little wind.



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It is simply too darn cold and snowy for me for sure - beautiful but cold. Some seasonal photos are pictured here. Click on to enlarge. Enjoy.
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Come a fly fish Idaho soon. That is after snow melt and the water recedes.
 

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Tight lines then hard takes then palpitations. Don't forget the photograph. Practice "Catch n' Release".
 
 




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