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    Pyramid Lake Fishing

    Yesterday went to Cabelas and got my shooting head fly rig for fishing wet flies.

    This monring I went out for a few hours in the morning to pick up a ladder chair from a guy and to do a little fishing.

    I figured if I got one of these chairs, Sharon can use it when we go fishing together or my Dad can use it when he comes up. Of course I'll use it when I go out on my own. I'd be stupid not to! The alternative is standing on a ladder, which really isn't all that bad, but hey, this is darn comfy.

    And What do you know, I'm now on the board with my first Lahontan Cutthroat trout. What a blast!

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    Nice, so is the chair steel or aluminum? Nice size trout, that had to be a good feeling to pull one in, not always easy to get them to bite.
    Darren

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Dowell View Post
    I figured if I got one of these chairs, Sharon can use it when we go fishing together

    good save there "See Sharon What I bought for you...."

    I still don't think it's going to make her forget the Dinning table though.
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    It's steel, surprisingly light and sturdy. Pretty easy to climb up on and comfortable to sit on.
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    That's a pretty fish. You let it go, right? Barb-less hook and all that??

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    Woo-hoo! Nice catch!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Calver View Post
    That's a pretty fish. You let it go, right? Barb-less hook and all that??
    Yep! C&R!
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    Oh no not C&R . thats pan worthy or smoker.

    I am purple green every rainbow color with envy. Dang not fair. Lol.
    And that chair is just spoiling u on top of it.

    Way to go on hooking one.

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