Big fan of the victorinox too. Can't go wrong. Also got given a nice CutCo filet knife that's been great also.
Big thanks to all the staff at psf and especially the countless volunteers and stream keepers! Your stance on wild salmon being a priority and...
Got a new GoPro 6 and wondering what people have used to mount GoPro's on their cannonballs. Ideally I'd like to mount on the fin...
I put a line down it. As you can see it's a very large area. Guys fish all over it.
Shot across to Thrasher for a hungover afternoon shift around noon, damn sun run made getting to the marina an absolute nightmare. Plenty of fish...
Anyone at hump, wondering how lumpy it is. Wind reports not looking ideal.
I tried messaging you on sfbc and text. I'll take two of them if they're still around. I'm in Vancouver and could pick up this weekend if your around.
Where are you located?
I do w/ Telus
As others mentioned it's not so much your SOG but the angle of the dangle. Also depends what # cannonballs your running. A 45 degree with a 15#...
I have some 30' ones I made for sockeye fishing in 2014. They were great for getting lots of dummies down, worked well. Definitely a little more...
500' spools of spliced @ army navy can't go wrong. (100' leaded, 400' floating) $69 I think it was.
Could it have been a plane dumping fuel before making an unscheduled landing above its max landing weight? Happens more frequently than we think.
They're con trails(condensation). And yes, they last for hours.
Wonder if my nets still in the boat :(
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