Planning another OFF get together and need your help!

troutmasta

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Yo dudes! Camping anytime is great. Hobsters right, I hate that I've become one of the "this place isn't the same" crowd but its true. I picked up a drifter but Ive been to busy to fish it. Only made it our for nooks onetime... Anyhoot, trying to get geared up for steelhead early next year. Dana has a drifter too, maybe we can plan a group float and bobber dog a hundred steelhead over two days. ;). Happy holidays all!

Tony thanks for the E-kicker, I plan on throwing it on the drifter-

Go COWBOYS
 

troutmasta

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Side note, IF were planning a spring campOFF we should throw around a few ideas, Detroit would always fun, but I think we could find some places where the catch rate would be a little higher.
 

OnTheDrop

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pinstriper;n608389 said:
I only fell out of your boat one time. ONE TIME !!

I moved on and off that rock with cat-like reflexes. You can't capture that kind of grace in a still picture.

I'll err on the side of caution with this statement....In the slightest, of slightest, chances you remained upright throughout the trip.

Ha! How about Nov. 6th, though!? Upright, all day. See ya soon~
 

EOBOY

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troutmasta;n608383 said:
trying to get geared up for steelhead early next year. Dana has a drifter too, maybe we can plan a group float and bobber dog a hundred steelhead over two days. ;). Happy holidays all!

That sounds good Jeff! As for this spring I still think we should get a couple of houseboats on Billy chinook.
 

Casting Call

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EOBOY;n608397 said:
That sounds good Jeff! As for this spring I still think we should get a couple of houseboats on Billy chinook.

Hmmmm! If we get houseboats, who,s gonna do the cooking Dana? B.C. sounds like a real good idea. Any ideas Jeff? Tony
 

BrandonBeach

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Think about lake Billy Chinook in late April or early May. ( check opening dates)

That lake has great numbers of Kokanee and bass/panfish. I have never not caught fish there, even with minimal effort.

Camping that time of year is available. Motels reasonable in Madres..

Mostly a boat fishery, but there is bank access, and can be productive.

Can always throw out crawdad traps for a real tasty feast.

BB
 

Casting Call

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Thanks BB The dates sound great. Don't want to be there in July, too hot! The Black Bear restaurant in Madres has bread pudding to die for. Smith Rock my fav "bucket wall" to climb back in the day. Lets see what response you get about BC, Tony
 

EOBOY

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BrandonBeach;n608420 said:
Think about lake Billy Chinook in late April or early May. ( check opening dates)



BB

I like those dates EO that time of year is drier than the west side, and the verity of fish is a plus. Good call BB!
 

Casting Call

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Ok! No responses since 11/17. How about "CENTERAL" Oregon. On the beach for two days of surf perch fishing? Remember it's a gathering/meet& greet not a contest. South/central coast has some great campgrounds as does north/central. Feedback please of ur ya or nay. Sometimes the nays will tell us what to do. Tony
 
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