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Friday, June 18, 2010
by SFS TEAM
The SFS team enjoyed a couple days chasing some hearty Redband's in Oregon last weekend. Brett's snapped Helio's (his advice: don't try to double haul an 8 inch double bunny leech on an 8wt)was soon forgotten as he landed his first fish a 25 incher. The kid, Stephen (ten years old) hooked his 3rd fish ever a 24 inch brown (wish I hooked fish that size when I was 10). Over the next couple days we landed more nice redbands averaging 22-26 inches (a nice average). The fish grow big here and they fight like crazy leaping 3-4 feet into the air, a spectacular sight to say the least. The browns we managed were relatively small for this area 18 inches or so but still fun to catch. All said and done we had a good time.
Oops! Oh well it's only an $800 rod...curse...curse...
How to cure a broken Helio's
The next generation. "Damn I'm all out of quarters."
Cows in the morning mist.
Eat your veggies boys.
That's your 3rd fish ever?
Average sized Redband at this spot (a measly 5 lbs).
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