Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Cementups, Jan 6, 2009.
Trout require clear cool water. I kind of doubt this would qualify --- but maybe I'm wrong.
I've got 365 feet of frontage on the Mississippi and haven't put a boat in it for 3 years now. Pretty sad huh?
Where this particular river starts is okay because it’s all natural springs. The further your run upstream the muddier it gets. There’s another smaller rivers that are fed by springs that are better tho. Small for smallmouth and trout. But they’re harder to navigate in some places because the current is extremely strong.
I haven’t had my bass boat out. Water has been too high and too sketchy for me.
We ran about 20 miles up stream one day in the boat and went through the lock and dam. It’s sketchy. I hated it. I don’t like the big water.
Trout season here is a mess. People elbow to elbow opening day.
Opening day here is like that. I always hiked up the little streams to get away from people.
Hodad's in San Diego.
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You slacker mother.
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somebody's getting a whoopin'
what did they yank that thing out with--a tank?
I have my suspicions. Rookie...
That is half inch thick steel.
Car wash damage.
Lmfao. I was gonna say that
Like Salmon opening days on the Puyallup River. I call it combat fishing.
Ouch.... Did the bolts break, or did you take them out?
a couple of taps with your sledgehammer and it will be as good as new.
You can't just say that.... What are your suspicions?
Hooking up on some weird incline, and caught the pin?
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