- Feb 15, 2010
- Aloha, OR
Is there any good fishing here?
The last time I fished there... oh about 35 years ago... I was catching HUGE Yellowfin Cocaine.. (may not be spelled right).
I do remember the Cocaine... A few of them down your gullet and you don't worry about the rest of the day!
Dunno how the fishing is today. I doubt our glorious and wonderful Fish and Game stocks there anymore. They don't do **it anymore (IMO).
Kokanee are what my grandpa and I used to catch together when I was a kid.
Cocaine is what Lindsay Lohan does right before a stint in the State Penn...
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm 99% sure that Kokanee are landlocked Sockeye only. There are landlocked Chinook but they are called just that. Not sure if there are landlocked chum or coho.
the last time i fished there... Oh about 35 years ago... I was catching huge yellowfin cocaine.. (may not be spelled right).
I do remember the cocaine... A few of them down your gullet and you don't worry about the rest of the day!
Dunno how the fishing is today. I doubt our glorious and wonderful fish and game stocks there anymore. They don't do **it anymore (imo).
I think there is a little misinterpretation going on here. Stinki had it correct from the GetGo. The yellow fin cocaine is a very sought after species of fish however there are many strict regulations regarding them. For instance, you cannot fish, possess or sell them in any way shape or form. It is not even advisable to mention the fish by name in public. Through certain channels, you may fish for them and they are a blast! But be aware it is highly addicting!
So that's why I couldn't get them on an airplane! Makes sense now. I tried to take some to my cousin Cletis but those TSA guys found my Cocaine fish.
I tried to say "Don't touch my Yellow-Fin Junk Bro", but all that got me was a body-cavity search.
Not much fun.
And yes they are addicting... Maybe we should get together and try to complete my idea of a Yellow-Fin Cocaine Hooka.