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  1. provider
    09-16-2019 03:52 PM - permalink
    provider
    Thank you for the input. I am looking for a lake where the kids would have fast action. I used to really enjoy catching fat brookies out of Flat so I might try for that. It's hard to navigate around there with kids though. I never could get any action out of yellow other than a visual confirmation they are there. Maybe lower Barker will work. I have to do a little work in Escalante so we'll head up from there. We went to Kings Pasture 2 years ago this time. They were boiling but didn't want anything we offered bait, lure, or fly.
  2. Fishrmn
    09-11-2017 12:33 PM - permalink
    Fishrmn
    Heppy,
    https://www.ksl.com/?sid=45701874&nid=1288

    "The agency said it would revisit that option in five years if the chub population is not reduced or if the new species are unable to thrive."

    I had high hopes that the UDWR was going to poison Scofield in 5 years, after the muskies and wipers failed. The wording from this quote leaves me to believe that they will find a way to delay, postpone, reevaluate, and continue down the current path.


    Fishrmn
  3. kcmatt
    09-05-2017 12:14 PM - permalink
    kcmatt
    Oops, intended PM (deleted).
  4. Flyfishn247
    09-12-2016 04:12 PM - permalink
    Flyfishn247
    Hey PBH. Been around this site for almost 10 years, I have obviously picked up you like to hunt Boulder. I myself have hunted it annually since the mid-90's, with my best friends family (Quilters, know them?) have hunted it for decades. Anyways, I always hunt around Sweetwater, McGath/Dry Lake, down towards Haws Pasture, kind of that circle. I was curious if you knew how the herd was in that area this year? I am active military and its been a busy summer so I haven't scouted it this year. Last year seemed like a down year for that specific area even though herd numbers were up. I also know you are a Boulder fly fishing guru as well. I have fished McGath a few times during the bow hunt, this year I am hunting muzzy and was curious if it fishes better around first week of October? Any good fly pattern suggestions? Thanks in advance

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  • About PBH
    Location
    Cedar City, UT
    Interests
    Fishing. Fishing. Fishing. maybe a little hunting.
    Occupation
    Information Systems Manager
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    Too many managers manage by what the postgame press conference is going to be.
    John Kruk


    Nately: ‘Anything worth living for, is worth dying for.’
    Sacrilegious old man: ‘And anything worth dying for, is certainly worth living for.'

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