winter steelhead

two nice steelies

went to the clackamas and these are what i got.

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git bit says ... on Sunday, Feb 27 at 7:51 PM

shulze 0516,some guys should just SHHH! Because they dont know and insult the intelligenceof us that are on the water all the time. we read synopsis like a book to stay within law.then here comes a digger! whats up with that? says ... on Saturday, Feb 26 at 2:29 PM

hey bio350 i have read your rambling comments and git bit is right the world does need ditchdiggers!!i dont think you could even catch a fish even if it jumped into your boat!! reading this rambling you preach ...smells of treehugger? fish on!!!!

git bit says ... on Thursday, Feb 24 at 8:21 PM

they give fishing regs away at sporting goods stores with pictures, fyi! get one and check it out may learn a bit? good info and we fisherman have to study it.we want to protect the fish too! you ever seen sea lions gorging themselves on river?sad!!!

git bit says ... on Thursday, Feb 24 at 7:39 PM

anon? you mean anyone, i rest my case! just saying if you dont know then leave people alone that do. our 7yr old daughter had 6 kings on her tag last year. you? dont doubt some diggers get paid ok and thats good we need you! fish on dude.

biof350 says ... on Thursday, Feb 24 at 2:54 PM

chinook503 I apologize for making a statement that I truely had no clue about. Just looked like it could have been a little longer given the camera angle. Would love to compare w2's wiith git bit and anon to see who's really digging the ditches.

Anonymous says ... on Wednesday, Feb 23 at 9:49 PM

To biof350, did u know that when the hatchery clips the fish sometimes not all of the adipose fin is clipped. Spoke to ODFW about several silvers we caught with the same issue, they are legal to take if the fin is not completely intact. Get to diggin

git bit says ... on Monday, Feb 21 at 9:57 PM

the wild fish are going to the sea lions ditchdigger. keep a eye out for the git bit boat and we will show ya our catch anytime. your probably a sea lion lover too huh? learn a little dude!

biof350 says ... on Monday, Feb 21 at 5:04 PM

git bit, with the camera angle that tail could be that tall. Nice to see that a man whos only guidung for 4 yrs knows everything in reguards to the fishing regs or at least where a small amount of our native fish are going, probably into your boat.

JR says ... on Monday, Feb 21 at 10:35 AM

Caption should've read " went to the Clackamas and look what I got last year Jan 2, 2010"!

git bit says ... on Saturday, Feb 19 at 8:32 PM

dont worry about the guy that says it has an adipose:been guiding for 4 yrs and fishing steelies and nooks for 25 yrs. adipose non clipped is a inch tall some people dont know to much but the world needs ditchdiggers too. fish on and bouncing rods.

biof350 says ... on Friday, Feb 18 at 8:14 PM

Say the larger of the two apears to have an adipose fin on it. Thats one tricky camera angle!

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