Upper Calapooia

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Combat Chuck
I went to my hideout this morning to avoid the crowds. Not much for the size, just good numbers of native rainbows makes for a relaxing time. Largest was maybe 8" and actually picked up a cutthroat which I hadn't done here before. Approx 15 fish in a few hours... and one salamander keeping me company.
 
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Troutski
Troutski
I know that area...

I know that area...

That is some great water, Trout and the occasional Steelie...Thanks for the pictures :clap: :dance:

Chuck
 
G
GraphiteZen
Is that a new flyrod?
 
C
Combat Chuck
GraphiteZen said:
Is that a new flyrod?
nah... the reel is about a month or two old though. I forgot I broke mine at the close of last season. First trip out I went to pull some line and was met with a lovely grinding noise. :shock:
 
F
fishudedmeet
can u catch anything there on spinning gear? how?
 
C
Combat Chuck
I think I picked some up on small rooster tails the first time I was in the area. I think any small spinner could get attention. Last time I went I took a spin rod with a small clear bobber and a few feet of leader to the fly and I actually had more consistent hook ups than with my fly fishing gear. I think it was a torpedo bubble ??? not the kind that fill with water.
 
F
fishudedmeet
ill give it a try:D
 
F
fishudedmeet
what pattern should i use?
 
C
Combat Chuck
I usually use and adams or ant pattern.
 
F
fishudedmeet
where?

where?

what should i look for? is there a particular area or hole i should know about?
 

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