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Rockfish on the fly with Drifter2007

Topic: Idaho gold  (Read 2446 times)

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jed

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Not sure why there’s not more posts from Idaho, it has awesome fishing. I usually take one trip a year to Cascade lake looking for jumbos. Worms and jigs were killing them yesterday and the bite should be good till hard water. Average was 12-13” with a couple bigger ones mixed in. Go get some.
« Last Edit: September 24, 2021, 03:43:14 PM by jed »


Captain Redbeard

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Wow, those are some big perch!


skayaker2

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Jumbo size for sure! That would save some time for all the fileting, yummm!!!!


LawyerBob

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Some good eating right there! Very cool.


Larry_MayII_HR

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Too bad I'm not closer!  I tried all day yesterday at Dorena for a nicer sized perch for AOTY and only caught one 5-inch bait stealer plus a few other non-target species.  I need your tutelage! 


jed

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Too bad I'm not closer!  I tried all day yesterday at Dorena for a nicer sized perch for AOTY and only caught one 5-inch bait stealer plus a few other non-target species.  I need your tutelage!
The main thing is fishing good perch producing lakes and reservoirs. I'm pretty lucky out in E Oregon. Brownlee kicks out 13" perch pretty regular and larger ones in the winter. Phillips res is a perch factory that regularly has a stunted fish due to over population. They trapped a bunch of these fish and transplanted them to Cascade. These fish along with native spawners grow to the jumbo size. Let me know if you make it out this way and I'll share some spots.


jed

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Round 2, needed the drysuit this time.
« Last Edit: September 30, 2021, 10:20:51 AM by jed »


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