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Re: Big Spring creek

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I posted a nymph in the fly tying forum a little bit ago... Took that in a size 18. Basically a frenchie with a double rib. Fished it under a beetle, which only took 1 rainbow. Little guys were slapping at it pretty much all morning, but only one really committed.

Posted on: 2013/9/3 10:10
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Re: Big Spring creek

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a fish of a lifetime in my opinion...and I fished the Mo regularly


Hmmm.

Posted on: 2013/9/4 22:00


Re: Big Spring creek

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Found that statement a bit puzzling myself.
Guessing maybe the fish in the Mo dont have a full-bore year long buffet to pig out on like Big Spring? The water never gets cold enough to "put the fish down."

Posted on: 2013/9/5 11:44
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Re: Big Spring creek
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Mo? Black Moshannon?

Posted on: 2013/9/5 17:36
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Re: Big Spring creek

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I believe Mo means the Big Mo or Missouri River

Posted on: 2013/9/5 19:40


Re: Big Spring creek

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Fish lasers are a PITA while midging with 7x. In all seriousness, I have visited BS countless times and have never even had one of the big rainbows so much as look at my offerings. I'm sure you will go back after that!

Try a stimulator, about a #12 green, will work.

Posted on: 2013/9/7 7:45


Re: Big Spring creek

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Jflair, I talked to you yesterday at falling springs at the funeral home parking lot, do any good with that fly I gave you?

Posted on: 2013/9/19 18:44
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Re: Big Spring creek

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Yeah, he was close to 23", when I landed that fish on my wholly bugger it turned out to be 26" and over 6lbs

Posted on: 2013/9/19 18:45
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Re: Big Spring creek

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Jflair, I talked to you yesterday at falling springs at the funeral home parking lot, do any good with that fly I gave you?


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Yeah, he was close to 23", when I landed that fish on my wholly bugger it turned out to be 26" and over 6lbs


Its been pointed out by someone else that you forgot to logout before you answered yourself with a different username.

#protip: use seperate browsers for your trolling technique to ensure you never cross streams reverse the braided core like this.


Posted on: 2013/9/19 23:56
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Re: Big Spring creek

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Post 17 & 18 seemed to call the nonsense as well. Hopefully both of these accounts and associated IP are banned. Throw post 21 in as well for ban hammer.

Posted on: 2013/9/20 1:37


Re: Big Spring creek

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Dueling duals?

Boyer

Posted on: 2013/9/20 7:53


Re: Big Spring creek

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I dont see it? Wasnt he just continuing his post instead of editing and adding onto his post before?

Posted on: 2013/9/20 7:58
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Re: Big Spring creek
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Yeah put the tar and feathers way boys...please step back and go about your business. There is nothing to see here.

Posted on: 2013/9/20 8:05
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Re: Big Spring creek

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Squaretail wrote:
Found that statement a bit puzzling myself.
Guessing maybe the fish in the Mo dont have a full-bore year long buffet to pig out on like Big Spring? The water never gets cold enough to "put the fish down."

Not true, it's a tailwater fishery where the trout feed all winter.

Posted on: 2013/9/20 9:53



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