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What an awesome day on the Yuba!! I just wanted to thank Steve Karr and PCT and everyone who was there yesterday..good conversation on the hike, help with my casting, teaching moments, Richard and I "team-catiching" a fish...I had such a great time-- even though only one grab LOL--- and it is always fun to hang out and fish with such a friendly group of people......It is still my favorite event of the year. biggrin  Hope to see some of you at the March 16 event in a couple weeks!



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I had a great time there as well. It was nice seeing everyone & chatting with Dylan, Chris, Dan, Sarah, Richard, Steve, Lowell, Mitch & others who I didn't catch your names. Too bad Bob & I had to leave early, but it was a fun day nonetheless.

I came away from the day learning 2 things: Richard makes a great salsa & Mitch knows how to catch trout. I told my girlfriend that the next time I'm fishing when Mitch is fishing I'm going to sit up on the bank & watch how he does it. It was amazing that he caught 14 by lunch. Richard did pretty well with his 6 by lunch too.

Steve, thanks for the invite. I'll definitely help you guys on Putah Creek in the future with your clean-ups, etc.

Dave



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Thanks to Chris and Dylan for the ride. It's always better with a group. Pretty day. Good conversation. Cold beer and a couple silver bullets hitting my dangled midge. Definitely not a numbers game unless your name was Mitch or Richard. They were fish whisperers. Thanks to the PCT organizers for a fun day. Hope to see you at the Spring festival.

Regards,

Dan

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I might need another mounting system for my gopro , But here is Sarahs fish     Sorry no can do I cant load a video ??  not sure why   ????    here u go <@(((((><!    Futhermore I had a great time as well Getting to see Sarah get a chance to hike and fish the glide up top was a lot of fun . Stan, Sarah and me followed about ten or fifteen minutes  behind Eric and brandon when I saw them walk right past the glid I said to myself <@(((><   Time  . Three years ago Allistair came back down for lunch with this fish story that was hard to trump . I cant remember how many fish he caught but I remember it was up there around  13 or 15 <@(((><  so that spot can do well , I just wish Stan and Sara could have hooked up more fish . Its a long hike but well worth it  . It requires a nice long cast as the fish are holding out about 35 to 50 feet and u need to cast up and above where they are holding so a good cast is nesecarry  but if you can get there before ;those guys ! the fishing can be silly . Thank you steve and all the rest that make this trip possible year after year , And If your following this thread (Allistair) It would be great to see you again and catch up , Maybe u could make the Yuba trip sometime  Cherio everyone 



-- Edited by rgloft on Monday 4th of March 2013 11:17:50 AM

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It was a great outing and thanks to Steve, Cliff and everyone else who helped make it possible.  Sarah, your positive attitude is appreciated along with your willingness to hang out with a bunch of radical fishermen.  I for one, wish there were more women like you involved in these trips!

The fishing was wide-open upriver as the fish keyed into the small midges.  I think the bite improved as the day warmed up.  Ironically, the best setup seemed to be the same one I use at Putah Creek: the kinky fly and either a zebra midge or a cream midge as a dropper.  The water was chilly and forgetting my polartek pants was a big mistake.

Got only one pic as I was using my phone and was afraid of drowning it.



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Pardon my ignorance, but what's a kinky fly?

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Pardon my sense of humor: an S&M nymph.

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