New Outing Sw Opal Creek Oregon

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New Outing Sw Opal Creek Oregon

Postby Scottish Warrior » Sun Sep 11, 2011 11:10 am

Hi All,
Located in the Willamette National Forest it has the Largest Uncut Watershed in Oregon.
The Creek and Nearby Opal Lake were named after "Opal",the wife of an Early U.S. Forest Ranger,named Roy Elliot.
You are fishing for Jumping Bull, Brown,Rainbow, Red Rainbow,Steelhead,Steelhead Red,
Plus Mountain Whitefish,Fine Spotted Cutthroat,Coho and Chinook Salmon.
Have Fun and do not be surprised at your line movement,
as some of the Sites have had 7 Layers used in the Video,to follow the Changing Currents.
Regards Martin. ...
I am so glad to be part of this
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Re: New Outing Sw Opal Creek Oregon

Postby Anguis » Fri Sep 16, 2011 1:46 pm

I finally got to play this one, yesterday - nice job with the currents!
Someday, we'll get back to Yellowstone. . .
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Re: New Outing Sw Opal Creek Oregon

Postby aleksi98 » Sat Dec 10, 2011 7:53 pm

nice, can you send link for fish for this outing
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