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Pat S.
Fishing, Tubing, Photography, Writing, Cooking, Rod Building, Fly Tying, Lure Making, etc.
Salt Lake City, UT
Retired
Utah Lakes & Streams
12 foot shark (Not in Utah)

A big ol' dude who has been float tube fishing for over 50 years.
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Re: [BHuij] Yellow Perch!
"Do these ice jigs have action, or is their appeal just that they're bright and easy to see from far away"Ice jigs usually only have th...
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Re: [Hoola_bob] bear lake whites
Early February...if there is ice...try fishing the rock pile. Jig for cisco until you have your limit and then send down a small...
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Re: [wagdog] Yellow Perch!
My version of the Rat Finkee is the "Flat Rinkee". See the last two pics below.I make and use a wide variety of jigs and spoons for ic...
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Re: [RILEYFISH] Looking for Cartoon
I actually have a vast collection of fishing humor. Well, maybe "half-vast". But a lot of the cartoons I find collectible wou...
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Re: [dayhut] Fins with my toon?
Zackly. Most of us put our fins on when we are launching and take them off as we come out of the water. There is almost always at...
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Re: [SBennett] UL today at lunchtime
Should be no problem getting a boat on DC for a long time. Even in the colder winters it is often sometime in January before...
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Re: [MBM1969] Walleye on the fly?
If you fish from a tube or toon, give me a shoutout anytime after about mid March and we can meet up somewhere to chase those t...
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Re: [SBennett] UL today at lunchtime
Bummer. Two possibilities. First, no fish there in the shallow water. They do move in and out from the main lake. If you tim...
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Re: [dayhut] Fins with my toon?
The "flats boots" or divers' booties we wear are more to protect the soft neoprene stocking foot portion of our waders than our f...
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Re: [MBM1969] Walleye on the fly?
I have caught a lot of walleyes on the fly. Deer Creek, Utah Lake, Willard and Starvation are all good places to try.As with mo...
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