Steelheading in the mud

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nwkiller

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nice job man, two nice ones!!
 
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Im impressed... 2 in chocolate milk I presume? Well done!
 
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water had surprising clarity..18" probably. one on a yarnie and krill/egg scent. the other on a silver #4 spinner. both fish were hooked not more than 6' from the bank on the inside of the current seam.
 
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I hear below Leaburg has been really good, plus the water does not get affected as much in that area!
 
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You deserve two dancing banana's for those!

You deserve two dancing banana's for those!

Good for you! :clap: It's good to see they didn't all get lockjaw. :rolleyes: I'm sure the water around here will clear up sometime around July 5th...our usual good weather window....:confused: :lol: Congratulations on two nice ones! :yay: :yay:
 
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Hey those look better than they did on the cell phone screen. Nice fish. I need to start getting my summer gear back in order so i can make a trip with the right gear. Oh and by the way thats bfishins number not mine but keep the pictures coming.
 
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Sweet looking pair of chromers!
 
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Nice looking chrome. I gotta get up there this weekend!
 
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