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Saturday, July 02, 2011

Sturgeon fishing the Fraser River of British Columbia Canada near Chilliwack

17 comments:

  1. Fodder for Big Foot?

    Who'd have thought there really was Big Fin?

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  2. We have sturgeon in the Snake. Back in the day we used to cross the Snake on a four car ferry that was towed by mules on our way to Walla Walla. I remember the sturgeon fishing there.
    Put a chicken on a huge hook and have beer!

    I think they are pretty much protected now by law as they should be. Not my kind of fishing. Try the Wenaha, where the eagles eat well.

    :)

    dwrnl

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  3. Huck and Jim caught a catfish "as big as a man" floating on the Mississippi.

    dwrnl

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  4. I want to fish the Urals but I'll never get there. Canada has some absolutely beautiful rivers. I know nothing about Alaska other than I hope the next President comes from there.

    The Fraser is too big for my kind of fishing, the Fraser, the Snake, the Columbia, too big.

    I like them where you can "read the river", there, behind that rock, or in that little back eddy.

    Fish are mostly lazy as hell, like all of us.

    :)

    dwrnl

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  5. Driving south on 81 Thursday I noticed what appeared to be white flower petals, like dogwoods, flying towards my car as if I was driving through a snow storm. A few minutes later I reached a truck with 933 chickens crammed into small open cages and it was their feathers that were flying all through the air.

    Now tell me what's wrong with that picture.

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  6. What's wrong is you could not possibly have counted 933 chickens exactly, but they were used for sturgeon bait here.

    :)

    dwrnl

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    ganhar.

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