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Trinity Alps 2009 pic about the fishing at Ward/Horseshoe lk

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Trinity Alps 2009 pic about the fishing at Ward/Horseshoe lk

Postby rlown » Tue May 19, 2015 7:42 pm

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Someone PM'd me (Boilerup, maybe) about what is in Ward Lk in the alps. Here's one stringer (8-11ish inches; nice eating). Note the bows and brookies on the stringer. Not a bad lake, but a long way to go for that. You'll catch fish all day long in Ward. Bows in the strait and brookies everywhere else. NOTE: lots of garter snakes. Sometimes we would pull in a fish, and a snake would latch on. Harmless lil bstrds, but still, wow.

Horseshoe lk was smaller fish and less pleasant to be at.

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Ignore the gun. This was a fishing/hunting trip. Success with both but I won't bore you with that story.


Russ



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Re: Trinity Alps 2009 pic about the fishing at Ward/Horsesho

Postby gary c. » Tue May 19, 2015 11:39 pm

Come on Russ, you know I want to hear "The rest of the Story". At least a couple pic involving the rifle. :thumbsup:
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Re: Trinity Alps 2009 pic about the fishing at Ward/Horsesho

Postby rlown » Wed May 20, 2015 2:54 pm

this isn't a hunting board. [-X It was a "bear" of a hunt. 10 miles in as well.
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