Unbelievable Fishing Stories?
Unfortunately for you I had someone there to witness it with me that day. In fact, I'll see if I can entice him to come post some of his pictures. His problem with this site are people like you.
I have more, but unfortunately it makes the location for those who don't like to put the time in and figure it out on there own, all to obvious. So those I will not be sharing.
Tight lines friend.
EDIT - You are so right, the last two pictures are actually the identical fish. I made a mistake when uploading. Its actually the identical picture. Its hilarious that you try to make a point about fish markings but miss the fact its actually the 100% identical picture. As they say on the forums, keep trollin' my friend.
Here is the third I meant to post.
if you are absolutely killing the crappies, gills, eyes, whatever, give me a call, I can single handedly shut down a hot bite by just starting my outboard, not sure if fish get intimidated, strange phenomenon to say the least.
Be assured the bite will start up again when I leave, so be patient
1 - You're quite defensive, might want to check into that.
2 - If I was talking about you, I would have called you out - in detail.
If you noticed this thread is two fold - awesome fishing days, and "true" fish stories. The fish "reports" on here are full of "true" fish stories. I was commenting on the later. You were giving an example of the former.
You say nothing I know to be wrong. My comment was directed to the laughable posts in which I can prove that person to be wrong.
Want a different contribution?
How about a few years ago catching so many Steelhead that my friend and I not only slowed down on the picture taking - but we ended up quitting fishing because our arms couldn't take it anymore. Even attached three pictures from that day. Still quite honestly the best day of fishing I've ever experienced. We were catching Steelhead on back to back casts. On one cast my buddy lost one that hit 3 cranks into the retrieve, only to have another hit not far from shore.
Funny how the few times I see guys fishing the same spots as my buddy and I they are never catching fish. But man - them reports? They are KILLING them.
I know the size of the fish caught in the area because well, I use a real tape measure. Heck, I even have data from tagged fish I store from when I've caught them and when the DNR tagged them. Which funny enough my measurements always makes sense when you figure in average growth rate. But somehow.... just some how people manage to shatter all that data with their fish of the day - or what can even be more funny is their half a dozen giant fish.
This site is becoming less and less useful and I'm starting to wish there was a separate set of reports for paying members. It would make me become a paying member again because I'm willing to bet not as many people would be posting fish stories in the paying member section.
Darndest thing I have seen