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Old 11-16-2014, 08:56 AM
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Those are just beautiful fall pics. Nice fish too!

That pic with the old school train bridge looks like absolute bliss. Thanks for posting.
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Old 12-04-2014, 08:13 PM
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Wow, Sir, you do have a mustery of words, respect!
Sounds like you hit the Midwest Trifecta
1. Beautiful scenery (Elk though!?)
2. Knowledgable Guide (A true treasure to cherish as they've really become numerous these days so the choices are hard)
3. "The Ultimate Esox" Seen (√) Caught (√) Remembered (√)
Very beautifully told thank you for making us a part of such a memorable experience!
Here is a recap of our Wisconsin River Fishing"A Fantastic Muskie Fishing Season" [Castle Rock Dam 2014…]: http://youtu.be/z7X_5OpFSnU
On the elk - yep. There's an elk herd up there. Not a huge herd, but they're around.
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Old 12-04-2014, 08:15 PM
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That's great country up there. I have done some drift boat fishign in many of the same rivers that Brad guides out of and there are some fairly unpresured fish in very beutiful scenery.
The scenery is great - and the fish are unpressured. Rivers - especially the ones where a bigger boat can't be run - really don't get much fishing, and the further you get from the bridges the more that becomes true.
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Old 12-04-2014, 08:17 PM
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No, how to you get the flies to stay on the hook??

Ok, I'll go ultralight spinning and you use that fly rod next spring, and we'll get out and see what happens.

We try for Musky's and I'll have to upgrade a bit though.

Al
All kidding aside, trolling with flies is a viable technique - you run a sinking line, and you move pretty slow, but it's a presentation not many fish have seen.

Saves wear and tear on your casting arm too!
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Seeing the boat using rowing to position reminded me of the many years on LOW as a kid when Dad used the same technique for positioning for casting. In my opinion, rowing is still the best way to maintain boat position while casting for just about anything. No other method can turn the boat in a completely rotational manner, or hold dead still in the wind.

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