Monday, September 15, 2014
Tuesday, May 6, 2014
We're working on lengthening her out in heavier cover. The marks are in 200-250 yard range, blinds are 150-175. Wind is from upper left corner of the screen. Best viewed in full screen, and even then it's hard to see that far. Clicking the Full Screen button before you hit play with give you the highest quality video...
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Friday, February 28, 2014
Recent analyses of the ongoing steelhead fisheries in portions of the upper Columbia River has revealed sufficient natural origin steelhead impacts still remain under the NOAA issued ESA section 10 permit. Re-opening steelhead fisheries in the Columbia, Wenatchee and Icicle Rivers will help to reduce the proportion of hatchery fish on the spawning grounds and further reduce competition between natural origin and hatchery juvenile production.Put another way: Get your butt off the couch and go harvest some hatchery steelhead! No problem, the Wenatchee River is about 5 minutes from home...
We finished the day with 9 steelhead in the net, and 2 fin-clipped keepers. All were good fighters, with 3 being easily in the 12 to 15 pound range. All had great color! I'll be back out this weekend and every weekend until WDFW closes the river.
Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Not much going on right now... We finally got enough show to appease the skiers/boarders... ie, the slopes would be slammed, but the back country wide open-just how I like it. About 16" of fresh snow from the past week greeted us, making for an enjoyable and relaxing Sunday afternoon outing/workout.
|"No ducks? but better than sitting around at home"|
|Perfect powder for some off-trail scouting|
|"Be wery wery quite, we're hunting wabbits"|