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You obviously were in too much of a hurry

And that was for two less all those under 12" that went back.

Who me? or the Blue Heron?

Well the herons always seem a bit laid back. Great photos, is this a hobby of yours and do the fishing on the side?

New to the fishing, seemed a natural fit after the canoe purchase, pics are just shot with a cheap digital camera, glad you like em, yours Heron pic is great!, so tell me how do the fish taste from Yellow lake?

Me too, started this year, got a rod first, then a boat.

The fish are quite edible but taste rather "muddy", things will improve, so I am told, later in the fall.
Sons of Angling

hey what time where you at yellow cuz i think i saw you i was in the grey inflatable on the northern end mostly caught about 14 all about 12 inch kept 2 1 was 17 inch and almost 2 lbs also it was a gerarred the rainbows that have the thick red down it i'll post a pic tomrrow its on my pc and i'm on the laptop its a nice fish for yellow kept another about 15 inch just normal stocked rainbow....went fishin today along the kvr on skaha and caught about 5 sunfish and a whole bunch of bass which a few had to have been pushin over two pound good weekend of fishin
Sons of Angling

heres a nice one from yellow

Thats a beauty!!!! I'm patiently waiting for my turn....
BTW,I think we may have been there at the same time back in August.

hey guys,funny story but true.i was fishing in august at luck until i used my downrigger.35' deep and then i couldn,t keep them off.the triploids we caught were a decent size.just for kicks i went down to 90' and got one very large strike.i can only imagine how big this fish was as they were showing as very large on the fish finder at this depth.i,m going again on sunday and hopefully the fishing will be awesome.tight lines to all.

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