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Dec 9, 2009, 9:05 PM
Apr 25, 2017, 2:54 PM
Idaho Falls
Freshwater Fishing
Western US, Alaska and Mexico

I'm a fishaholic and love the science of fishing. I hope my posts add to the quality of this great site! MM/Don
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Re: [fallsfish] Ririe
The optimum water column temp for Kokes is 56.5 degrees. Until the surface water is warmer than that they will be as high in the water colu...
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Re: [Anglinarcher] Carp disposal
A couple of thoughts perhaps. First, Salmon returning from the ocean bring back minerals and nutrients not found in sterile str...
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Re: [tubeN2] Pyrimid Lake anyone? Plus acctractant
No bait allowed at Pyramid in Nevada. The Tribe is slowly opening most of the fishable areas of the lake after...
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Re: [RJD007] Ordinance Passed for Ririe Res
Here's the law that Bonneville County can't do anything about. The Federal Government restricts snow machines from th...
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Re: [curt69] Ririe Report
No snowmachines is a federal restriction so . . .it depends on who is there to write a federal ticket or so I've been told by enforceme...
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Re: [windriver] sturgeon through the ice
That is so awesome! Congrats on a great day and landing some nice Sturgies!
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Re: [wiperhunter2] Ririe Report
I believe the spread was about 3' on a golf umbrella frame. The underwater video was pretty cool. He used 3" hammered silver plat...
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Re: [wiperhunter2] Ririe Report
The ideal set up for holding a school of kokes would be an umbrella frame or spreader bars with silver flasher blades connected t...
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Re: [SkunkedAgain] Plank

SkunkedAgain wrote:
Sorry everyone that got stranded today, it was me that took my plank. I assumed since everyone got on and off the ic...

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Re: [wiperhunter2] Ririe Report

wiperhunter2 wrote:
MabeyFisher wrote:
Lots of schools between 25 and 35 just not actively feeding. Kinda interesting. Thats an ...

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