South Fork Snoqualmie report (with pics)

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by neophyte, Sep 20, 2013.

  1. neophyte

    neophyte Member

    Hit the South Fork after work today. As always it was a blast. Tons of small rainbows and cutthroats, and one pretty decent sized cutthroat which is the largest fish I've ever pulled out of any of the forks last couple of pics). All caught on a yellow stimulator ...

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  2. Danielocean

    Danielocean Steelhead Virgin

    Very nice, all of them are wonderful fish especially the bigger one. Thank you for sharing.
  3. JasonG

    JasonG Active Member

    Nice fish! Thanks for the report. I'm glad to see the fish are still biting. That's a nice spot;)
  4. Pat Lat

    Pat Lat Mad Flyentist

    Have you always had a third hand to snap photos with?
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  5. Stew McLeod

    Stew McLeod aka BigMac

    Funny I was thinking the same thing. Oh and nice pics thanks for sharing.

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  6. Chad Lewis

    Chad Lewis NEVER wonder what to do with your free time

    Nice stuff man!

    I'm guessing the pics are stills pulled out of video. GoPro?
  7. neophyte

    neophyte Member

    Yup -- these are stills from videos taken with a GoPro. First time I've used one -- pretty nifty, and doesn't get on the way ...
  8. Old Man

    Old Man Just an Old Man

    I move to a different state and now the fishing picks up and the fish are bigger. Go figure.
  9. Mike Munro

    Mike Munro Member

    That's some decent sized fish! Guess they're starting to fatten up as the seasons change. Gotta get myself back out there.
  10. Pat Lat

    Pat Lat Mad Flyentist

    Do you have any theories as to what happened to the bigger ones gill plate? Looks like it could be an injury from some sort of predator.
  11. neophyte

    neophyte Member

    I was wondering about that -- didn't look like it was caused by a bird's beak or talons. Maybe a larger fish?

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