Fishing bucket list

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Yohan

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I've seen a few locations/rivers in a couple posts lately that are on my "fishing bucket list" so I thought I'd ask what is on your bucket list (places/rivers you haven't ever fished, but would like to)

International:
-Patagonia
-New Zealand
-Northern Europe (Norway, Scotland, Iceland, etc.)
-Mongolia

North America:
-AK (everywhere)
-BC (Skeena, Kispiox, Thompson, Vancouver Island)
-CO (Colorado, Gunnison, Rio Grande, etc.)
-Green River, San Juan, Trinity, McCloud, Smith... I'll just stop there because this list could go on for a while :D
 
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That would be awsome :lol: ... You would definitely be able to cast into your backing there.

Yeah man haha. Of all the things to pack when you're going to the moon, there's a reason they included some balls and a club LOL!
 
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Kamchatka and Mongolia seem the most unlikely i would ever get to. The wife is all for a trip to Belize, New Zealand and even Christmas Island. It might be tough to talk her into a trip to Patagonia though.
 
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florida - tarpon, redfish, drum, snook
east coast stripers
south america - peacock bass, arapaima
 
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Pince of whales... Small stream steelheadin at its finest
 
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Pince of whales... Small stream steelheadin at its finest

:clap: ill agree with you on that one ever since i fished it with a fly rod on my cabelas game ive wanted to go there
 
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I have to add Jurassic Lake in Argentina. Check it out if you havent heard of it.
 
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Internationally - Patagonia, Mongolia, and the Amazon

Nationally - The upper Kern for goldens, the Upper Big hole for grayling, and Florida
for the slam...

That would be the short list...the long list I dont think would end hahaha
 
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Alaska, Patagonia and Iceland make the short list. The long list includes another trip to anywhere with accessible, wadeable flats, South Africa for tiger fish, Mongolia and Kamchatca.

I'm just working on fishing all the great rivers in Oregon for now. I've got a pretty good list of places I need to fish in this great state.
 
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my bucket list will be almost done after this year,,,,,,,,klamath river,wood river,crystal creek will be done this spring and summer,,,,then i can move on to montana
 
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I have to add Jurassic Lake in Argentina. Check it out if you havent heard of it.

Ditto that one for me! Truly the world's current best Stillwater for large numbers of massive Rainbows! If ya fished Jurassic you would be spoiled for life! :lol:

Only about a $7000 week trip all things considered. :think:


Randy
 
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Russia.... A better alaska!
 
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