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May 2, 2013 at 4:29 am in reply to: Looking for suggestions on a lake #98535
Right now? Try Rattlesnake Lake, or in Seattle, do the urban thing and hunt Browns at Green Lake. No joke, people pull big Browns out of there.April 10, 2013 at 6:39 am in reply to: whats a good 3 day fish/hike/cqmp #98474
Our mountain lakes have trout in them. There is nothing in the backcountry that you would need a handgun for.October 17, 2012 at 5:44 am in reply to: interest in trailblazers and highlakers #84610
Michael is also an FS fish biologist for what that’s worth.May 22, 2012 at 2:05 am in reply to: Forum Rules of Use #88673
The intent of the dual forum is to save double posting, and to a lesser degree, for sharing information.
The idea of keeping it small is intended to keep the clubs’ respective identities intact.
As a dual member, I will say that I really like that the clubs have very distinct and different vibes.October 28, 2011 at 5:19 am in reply to: New to the forum! #95459
Hi Laker info on the front page. Trale Balzer meetings r @ the Lake City Community Center, first Thursday of the month, 730 pm. This coming week. Come on by, it is the end of stocking season so there will be some kewl stuff for us to discuss.September 21, 2011 at 5:44 pm in reply to: Accessible High Lakes #95158
I think the Joe trail is gone but Alaska is a good choice.June 22, 2011 at 7:40 pm in reply to: wilderness trail flagging #94022
Surveyor tape being used for administrative purposes is never at issue.May 29, 2011 at 10:10 pm in reply to: wilderness trail flagging #94013
I’m with MH, they are handy and natural and oh so convenient at times.May 2, 2011 at 7:15 pm in reply to: Newbie saying thank you #91420
How is age relevant? ❓
You should click through mine sometime and take a look at my blog.August 18, 2010 at 9:31 pm in reply to: Stocking Database? #90661
I think there was a bit too much read into my (formerly private) message that’s been published here. That said, it’s not such a huge deal, just a bit unfortunate.
I gots much bigger fish to fry right now, so I hope y’all don’t mind if I bow out of the discussion. Anyone interested in learning more about how the Trail Blazers work is more than welcome to attend a meeting.August 8, 2010 at 7:45 am in reply to: NCNP Bill out of Committee — Now passed Senate #90879
Yesss!!!August 7, 2010 at 12:13 am in reply to: Stocking Database? #90647
That was me “boasting”, as you put it. I guess you misunderstood me, or I misspoke when I referred to a database the club maintains itself. We can in fact see the reports submitted by fellow club members, and no, it’s not public. It is neither owned nor maintained by the State. I know you’ve seen parts of it because I’ve been in the room when you’ve submitted a trip report, so I find it odd a) that you ask, and b) that you opted to post anonymously here.
I didn’t mean for it to seem like I had access to any IP the state owns. FOIA makes it so that any citizen has the same access to that data as any other citizen.June 25, 2010 at 6:50 am in reply to: fishing vest vs chest pack #90322
In a raft, I have not been happy with a chest pack OR a vest. I now have a lanyard and will be trying that this summer. You can borrow mine to try if you’d like. One of these things can be made from bead store stuff for a couple of clams.January 15, 2010 at 10:52 pm in reply to: Thanks Trailblazers #87988
If my memory serves, it is against regs to remove a fish from the water if you plan to release it. In high lake fishing without a net, that can be tricky, but if there’s a net involved, that’s a no-brainer. My big fish pics are rarely all that sexy because the only time the fish leaves the net is after I’ve released it.January 13, 2010 at 8:23 pm in reply to: Forum Rules of Use #88668
Ouch, I did sound like a pretentious lil’ windbag with the acronyms, you’re right. 😈 I should get better at typpiinng so I would not cheat and got all acronystic on the interwebs.