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1 hour ago, ness said:

Is that lettuce in the fajitas?

         Why No it is not Ness. It is your favorite green though, Cilantro :lol:

1 hour ago, ness said:

Ok, that little stream stealthy stuff sounds like a ton of fun to me. Those last couple look to be monsters in water that size. 

Loving the reports and anxious for more (even though I got a little preview) 😄

     Yes, yes you did get some heads up!

1 hour ago, Quillback said:

Head to Washington State for some sea-run cutts.  You're only about 12 hours away.  :D

 

BilletHead

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3 hours ago, BilletHead said:

         Why No it is not Ness. It is your favorite green though, Cilantro :lol:

     Yes, yes you did get some heads up!

 

BilletHead

I can't believe you shot that goose AND put cilantro on him. 

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6 hours ago, BilletHead said:

  

       Dropped out of the Sawtooth's headed back East doing eighty. Looking for a place to rest, get a much needed shower and regroup. We ended up at a County campground in the middle of Ogden. Not a bad place to rest, some shady looking people milling about but I bet they were thinking the same about us. Sustenance this evening consisted of wild turkey carnitas ,

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     We are getting to the point nothing is keeping us from instantly passing out when our heads hit the pillows. Sleeping hard. So where and what is next? Bonneville cut maybe?

  BilletHead

            

  I am not sure you read this right.  WILD TURKEY CARNITAS.

           Don't think he cared much being a dead turkey and such :) .

            Not sure I am worried you read it wrong or if I gave an awnser to what you read. Which is worse?

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19 minutes ago, Ham said:

Cilantro tastes like soap to me. I have to pass on that.

 

It's genetic and I've got the gene too. Blech. 

But, lets not diminish the beauty of a Missouri-kilt goose carnita-fied half a continent away on a primitive grill in the mountains of Utah. That's magic!

Ahhhh, Utah. A place where a man can vacation with his beloved first wife, but come home with a half-dozen additional wives anxious to carry forth the rare BilletHead genetics. It was likely a worthwhile trip, even without the cutthroats. 

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8 hours ago, BilletHead said:

There really was no casting here. A drop here and a drop there hoping for a fish. Anytime we got close enough to see in the water we spooked fish.

Marty - really tight quarters, spooky fish, but if it wasn't so hot waiting for them to "forget" that you are there, you could probably catch a few out of a couple of those little holes. A lot like some of the little holes that I have pulled out a new topminnow or darter or a spooky rainbow in Crane or Barren fork creek :)! Great photos, but sorry to hear about the difficulties in keeping those fish healthy.

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On ‎8‎/‎13‎/‎2017 at 8:10 PM, BilletHead said:

We picked this place because these are the pure Bear River strain. We caught several then lost count,

Surprised that Ham didn't roll his eyes on this statement. No love for the "clicker" - The Horror!!!

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