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  • in reply to: Big Alpine Trout: #84841
    Ken McLeod
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    and yet another real big cutt caught by the “Tye” man.

    McPil


    in reply to: Big Alpine Trout: #84838
    Ken McLeod
    Participant

    Word was that both Leif and Ben ran into some damn nice “big cutts!”

    McPil


    in reply to: Big Alpine Trout: #84837
    Ken McLeod
    Participant

    anpther big cutt, heard him say over 26 inches.
    Leif N.

    McPil


    in reply to: Big Alpine Trout: #84834
    Ken McLeod
    Participant

    Just going by what Art relayed. Only he knows its exact weight. Nonetheless, a brute to say the least and well over 20 I am sure.

    McPil

    in reply to: Big Alpine Trout: #84831
    Ken McLeod
    Participant

    Here’s Art Jackson’s big cutt of 5 lbs. caught this summer of 2006. Indeed a brute…

    McPil

    in reply to: Watch this space . . .( updated with pics! ) . . #85664
    Ken McLeod
    Participant

    Super fish! Great video BTW.
    McPil

    in reply to: 5 best high lakes lures #85531
    Ken McLeod
    Participant

    …a huckleberry: blue for rainbows and red for cutthroats .
    McPil


    in reply to: Big Alpine Trout: #84822
    Ken McLeod
    Participant

    ‘Tis a nice rainbow there!

    Big trout on jigs…never tried them but could see that they’d probably be effective. Myself and a few buds have found that flatfish seem to have a certain “killer” movement which is pretty effective for larger fish, and then there is the larger spoons too. And some like the right fly when else fails.

    McPil

    in reply to: Pinnacle lake #85344
    Ken McLeod
    Participant

    The stocking trip when I backpacked the fish up there (in conjunction with the Snoh. Sportsmen’s Club approved by the WDFW) was done in 1998, July I think it was. We also stocked Bear and Pinnacle the same day. It was a nasty rainy day with little visibility. Hemple has been stocked once more since then that I know of by the club, just a few years ago. It provides a little fishery for those who go there, however they never get much of a chance to grow due to it does get fished. Most of the Pilchuck lakes are that way, scenic but popular destinations, the fishing as well. One can however catch a few nice ones from time to time, dpending on the year and age of the fish.

    The route: Generally I don’t discuss route details too much, for fear of the crowds that could impact some places too much, but Hemple is not real secluded, tho it doesn’t have a huge trail to it and more or less is a boot path. Seek the end of the road and scout for it…

    McPil

    in reply to: Ice lakes via Phelps creek #85111
    Ken McLeod
    Participant

    Pretty damn Joe, pretty damn nice! Thanks.

    in reply to: North Cascades Adventures #85112
    Ken McLeod
    Participant

    Very Nice! And thanks for sharing.

    Edited on 8-6-2004 by McPilchuck]

    in reply to: Sky Wild Wilderness: #84582
    Ken McLeod
    Participant

    The most recent update of July 2004.

    http://www.wawild.org/campaigns/Wild_Sky_Hearing.html

    in reply to: N/A #85108
    Ken McLeod
    Participant

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    in reply to: N/A #85107
    Ken McLeod
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    in reply to: The cabin at My lake in the Alpine Lakes #85086
    Ken McLeod
    Participant

    “I have many pictures of old cabins and shelters, supplied by members of the TB'ers Club, mostly thru the Photo Board Display that was put together and hangs in my den, which is usually brought to the Social every year. Includes abodes like Boundary Lake, My Lake, Phister's Cabin, Bear Lake, Nordrum, Janus Lake, Eagle Lake, and so on. The photos are priceless!”

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