Trophy Alpine West Slope Cutty

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Caveman, Oct 5, 2010.

  1. Caveman

    Caveman Member

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    By the way, the fish did taste great and to kill a fish that is on it's last leg, there is nothing wrong with it. If I were to release it, it would have died of old age. Those fish have been in there so long that they have out smarted most fisherman in the area. Like I said, I don't usually keep fish, but this occasion I did. When I posted this on here I new that all you purists would have a shit fit. This makes for good converstation. I have seen people take fish out of local trohpy lakes, and there is nothing wrong with it, especially if it is not abused. I could have taken all 7 fish I caught and kept them but I didn't. There are plenty of fish in that lake so the next person will have the chance at them too. They planted fry in there last summer so there will be fish in there for years to come. Most of you probably don't even get off the couch, just sit and put your two cents in on these threads thinking you know a little bit about fishing. Most of you are full of bullshit, you can see it in your eyes.

    I will use Mummbles for example. He posts on every thread on WFF. I mean everything. He acts likes he is Mr. Fly Guy, but reality is he knows nothing. How do you find the time to even fish when you sit behind a computer all day writing on all these posts? You probably envy most people here dreaming you could only fly fish.
     
  2. Flyborg

    Flyborg Active Member

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    You know, I didn't have a problem with you keepin the the nasty fish, but when a trout guy comes in here, admits he's trolling, then bashes on Mumbles...well. Now you're just a fucking retard.
     
  3. Be Jofus G

    Be Jofus G Banned or Parked

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    Hey, it's all in the water man. I can proove it.

    Prequil:

    Untill the early 90's everyone drank Estrogen polluted tap water.

    Exhibit A:

    In 1991 Bottled water became popular

    Exhibit B:

    Brett Michaels Before he started drinkin clean bottled water (see attachment)
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    Exhibit C:
    Brett Michaels After he started drinking clean bottled water (see Attachment)

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    I rest My Case!
     
  4. Leopardbow

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    Now that is funny !
     
  5. Go Fish

    Go Fish Language, its a virus

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    I guess the name Caveman
    describes all you need to know.
    Why bash Ed?

    You are really coming off as
    a knuckle dragging mutant.
     
  6. Evan Burck

    Evan Burck Fudge Dragon

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    You just crossed the line in to douchebaggery Mr. Caveman. Killing hatchery stocked non-native fish is fine, bashing on Mumbles is not. Be glad I'm not a moderator.
     
  7. Blake Harmon

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    Knuckle dragging mutant.

    :rofl::rofl:
     
  8. Galpster

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    LOL - knuckle dragging mutant. That is funny right there. I don't care who you are.

    I had your back the whole time there caveman, but now, you start insulting people. What is up with that. I don't care who the insult was given to, the fact is you have no right to throw insults at someone you do not even know. How do you know anything about someone unless you have personally meet that person?

    Not nice calling a caveman a knuckle dragging mutant. Just needs to evolve, if you believe that lie.
     
  9. Daniel Nelson

    Daniel Nelson BAMF

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    wow!...just wow!!

    if there was ever to be a fly fishing president, you sir, would have my vote.

    well played
     
  10. oldskool

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    I don't know you personally, nor do I know Mumbles personally either. So take this with "a grain of salt" if you will. We actually like Mumbles for his input, insight, humor or what have you. Either way, that's Mumbles. Don't come on here and attack someone's character or personality. It's not profitable nor wise.

    It's always better to be thought a fool than to speak and reveal it. It may be too late for you.
     
  11. Evan Burck

    Evan Burck Fudge Dragon

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    And FYI: Mumbles fishes more than 90% of the posters on this board.
     
  12. Steffan Brown

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    Caveman,
    Unsolicited insults are not going to get your point across, nor are they going to do anything for you in finding your place in the world; which is clearly what you are desperate for... Good luck with that.
    -Steffan
     
  13. Nick Clayton

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    You want to brag about how manly you are, and your great predator skills that skillfully allowed you to catch some HUGE fish, yet at the same time admitting that the only reason you kept one, a nice but certainly not trophy sized 18", was because there was noone around to take a picture.

    Such a need to take a picture to prove ones worth, if that isn't an estrogen filled behavior I don't know what is. I can tell you for certain that the guys I know with patched waders and grooved guides don't give 2 shits if anyone sees a picture of the fish they catch. Hell, most of em would sooner cut off an arm than show a picture of a fish for risk of giving away hard earned secret spots.

    I stand by my original issue; Keeping a fish, native or hatchery, ONLY because you have to prove that you caught it, is douchebaggery at its finest in my book.
     
  14. Backwoods Angler

    Backwoods Angler If you tell them, they'll know!

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    Why not go to Bradley lake behind Walmart, look it up on washingtonlakes.com thats a nice place for you to fit in. That is where you can kill a useless fish, and I am not so desperate for attention that I would post of killing a worthy fish like that. Self respectless hicks have given themselves a name for fishing recklessely and destructively, you are no exception. I recommend you to golfing :thumb:
     
  15. Tarkin

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    What's interesting to me is that someone would actually thank that just because they happen upon a larger fish, therefore they're the better fisherman. Obviously you also caught smaller ones that you threw back and only kept the larger one because there was no one around to take a picture of it??? Really? That's what I find disturbing. Killing and eating hatchery cutts in a legal fashion, no problem, but killing it so you can have someone take a picture of it thinking it makes you the better fisherman, better than the majority of those that respond to this board. That's out there man.
    I don't know Mumbles either, but from what I've seen of his posts, I'd fish with him any day. If I saw someone needing to feed their ego with fat dead trout however, I think I'd run the other way. And I don't sit on my butt dreaming about fishing either. I'm out on average 3 days a week almost every week. You can see it in my eyes.