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Re: Quill Gordon Summit Roll Call and Food Prep!

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If we don't get some decent rain before the summit, Big Pine will be fishable.

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Re: Quill Gordon Summit Roll Call and Food Prep!

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Are you saying the small streams won't be fishable?

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Are you saying the small streams won't be fishable?


they should be fishable.

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ahhh gotcha. Have you been out at all this year yet? Is it pretty icey yet?

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ahhh gotcha. Have you been out at all this year yet? Is it pretty icey yet?


Can't speak for Brad, but we're pretty much free of ice up here. We got a little snow yesterday, ~1 inch. It's suppose to warm up a bit for the weekend and we should see that inch melt. Hatches are definitely a touch late up here though. I don't think we've ever really seen any Olives yet...

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Re: Quill Gordon Summit Roll Call and Food Prep!

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If this turns into the BWO Summit....

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ahhh gotcha. Have you been out at all this year yet? Is it pretty icey yet?


No fishing yet this year I'm hoping this weekend. Most all of the snow has melted expect those places where the sun don't shine! There's plenty of those places up here. The extended forecast calls for temps to be in the 50's to low 60's starting tomorrow.

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Now..don't shoot me but, if I can catch a few browns on opening day or so I might make some of my smoked trout & wild leek cakes.

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Re: Quill Gordon Summit Roll Call and Food Prep!

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If this turns into the BWO Summit....


Actually I can remember around the end of April I witness a BWO hatch on Pine that had the surface covered with them....trout rising everywhere. Caught trout after trout with a size 16 soft hackle pheasant tail on the swing!!

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Now..don't shoot me but, if I can catch a few browns on opening day or so I might make some of my smoked trout & wild leek cakes.


those sound awesome!

Posted on: 2013/4/3 19:23


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Now..don't shoot me but, if I can catch a few browns on opening day or so I might make some of my smoked trout & wild leek cakes.


those sound awesome!


I second this.

Posted on: 2013/4/3 19:32


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Now..don't shoot me but, if I can catch a few browns on opening day or so I might make some of my smoked trout & wild leek cakes.


those sound awesome!


I second this.


so it's ok to NOT to catch & release for a few trout?

just a few stockers...

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if we don't eat em, someone else will!

Posted on: 2013/4/3 20:01


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Brad,

Do you ever come across any wild mushrooms when you're leek hunting?

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Do you ever come across any wild mushrooms when you're leek hunting?


Mushrooms are one thing that I have not gotten into but want to. I have been keeping an eye out for some morels but haven't found any yet. Leeks are pretty much everywhere. I have a spot that there are plenty right next to the road. If anyone wants to dig some I can point you to where they are.

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