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Postby paul » Wed Nov 22, 2006 11:50 pm

I'm looking over waters I've photographed but not yet integrated, decing what outing to add next. Do you have a preference? Post here to let me know and I'll prioritize the work based on people's comments. Here are some options:

1: Cascade Creek and Cascade Lake - This outing will include a hike in Yellowstone National Park fishing a tiny stream and then a remote lake for small but beautiful cutthroat trout.

2: Upper end of the Madison River in Yellowstone - Large, famous river with large rainbows and browns, just below the mouth of the Firehole River.

3: Gibbon River in Yellowstone - This is a fairly fast moving section of a good sized stream with a variety of trout. This was early in the season there so the water was rather high, but very fishable.

4: Timber Coulee Creek - It's one of Wisconsin's most famous spring creeks for wild brown trout. It's got an incredible population of trout including a few very large ones.

5: Root River in southern Minnesota - I've got pictures for two outings - One on the upper stretch with abundant brown trout, and one or the lower stretch with deeper water and fewer but larger trout, plus smallmouth bass.

6: Gros Ventre River near the Grand Tetons in Wyoming - The river was high and fast for this shoot, so fishable water was limited, but there were a couple of nice pools and a side channel loaded with cutthroat trout. I'll add a couple sites on Slide Lake to the outing on the river.

7: Nez Perce Creek in Yellowstone - This is a mid sized stone bottomed stream, in a stretch of mostly shallow riffles. It holds mostly browns, with a few rainbows and brookies.

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Postby mickg » Thu Nov 23, 2006 10:43 pm

:D would love to see a cutthroat water included please
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Postby Xenos » Mon Nov 27, 2006 10:27 pm

2: Upper end of the Madison River in Yellowstone - Large, famous river with large rainbows and browns, just below the mouth of the Firehole River

Just because I love Yellowstone ;)
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Postby kerrye » Tue Nov 28, 2006 2:48 am

Cascade Creek. That will give us two streams with cutts. :D
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Postby theduke » Fri Dec 01, 2006 11:40 pm

Im sure no matter which one you do it would be awesome!
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Postby MCF » Sun Dec 10, 2006 7:24 am

How about bonefish?
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Postby theduke » Mon Dec 11, 2006 1:51 am

now that is a good i-deer!
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Postby underlogged » Tue Dec 12, 2006 11:03 am

hallo,

The software is very realistic.

Iit would be interesting to add outings with new species (pikes, salmons,) and introduce the weight info with the size info for each individual fish, so this element brings more statistical interest to the score and increases the expectation during the fishing.
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Postby natedoggboggs » Thu Dec 14, 2006 1:12 am

I would really like to see some salmon fishing in Alaska, or some bonefish fishing in Belize. Tuna on the fly would be exciting as well.
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Postby BigSteel » Fri Jan 05, 2007 4:58 am

if u ever travel to B.C. canada, there are two rivers which are the best scenic and fishable! 1)thompson- it has both trout and steelhead, with a couple mountain whitefish mixed in!

2)Babine- also with Huge trout, getting to the size of close to 10lbs and steelehead. Bothare the prettiest and best rivers in my mind!


Both rivers are known for their large steelhead!

Thompson average is 15lbs, the larger specimens have been known to push 30lbs

Same for the babine! Look into these 2 rivers!
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Postby BigSteel » Fri Jan 05, 2007 4:59 am

oh and both rivers also have coho (silver) and chinook(king) salmon runs!
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Postby BigSteel » Fri Jan 05, 2007 9:48 am

Fly fisherman come from all over the world to fish these 2 rivers on the fly!
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