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post #1501 of 2715
Also fished Hot Creek and the Lower Owens for wild browns. And stopped in at the Lone Pine cowboy film museum.

We stayed at the Arcularius Ranch (next to Alpers) on the Owens a couple of times. Fun fishing!
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Nice. I was just beside the HC Ranch for a few hours. Crazy beautiful place to fish. Definitely going back.

 

UO:

 

 

HC:

 

 

lefty

post #1503 of 2715
gorgeous! i think the lower owens may be all that you can fish anymore - i know arcuarius was sold to a guy in viginia, and i heard that the alpers sold out to the same guy a couple fo years ago :-(

hot creek stiil dry fly/no wade?
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I miss snow so much I got up early and shoveled out the cars, walkways, and decks of the cabin. Then I got into the car and drove around just for the hell of it. Can't wait to get back to a real winter.

lefty

We cant have either. The Netherlands is condemned by its location to eternal "meh" type weather. No real summers, no real winters, an overdose of rain and too many cloudy days.. I love snow, especially the type you get in the alps, but we only get the slush type. The same with sunny days, its either way too much, or not quite enough.

Or maybe I'm typically dutch, and need to complain about everything...
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gorgeous! i think the lower owens may be all that you can fish anymore - i know arcuarius was sold to a guy in viginia, and i heard that the alpers sold out to the same guy a couple fo years ago :-(
hot creek stiil dry fly/no wade?

 

HC Ranch is dry only. Off the ranch is nymphs, dries - as long as it's single artficlal barbless.  Even on the LO while there was a big mayfly hatch no fish were rising.

 

There are no laws against wading, but most are against it as it is such a small creek. I did wade to cross then stuck to the bank.

 

Are you fishing in the tristate area?

 

lefty


Edited by lefty - 10/24/12 at 2:06pm
post #1506 of 2715
w/ my kidz off the dock in fire island shog[1].gif

they're just getting old enough where we all ff'd on a trip out to new mexico. wkends around here are all soccer/hockey games & errands
:-( [no fishing]
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I sat down for a coffee today in the presidio and some guy tooled past me on a penny farthing. That's why.

But thanks for giving me "SanFo".

lefty
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Now that is sad. Is that a World Series riot? We didn't used to do that.

Idiots.
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Now that is sad. Is that a World Series riot? We didn't used to do that.
Idiots.

San Francisco didn't used to be a shitty place, though.
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Now that is sad. Is that a World Series riot? We didn't used to do that.
Idiots.
Maybe they've finally had enough of the shitty Muni service?
post #1512 of 2715
The next time I hear anyone talking shit about the riff-raff in Oakland, I'm going to pull up that picture.
post #1513 of 2715
I remember on the eve of the Gulf War in 1991 a huge mob rioted down Market and broke basically every window
post #1514 of 2715
Well, everyone knows that the plate glass industry was behind that whole thing... biggrin.gif
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One must cut peace protestors some slack.
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