Cast for Kids, 8 Sept 2018

Discussion in 'Washington Fishing Reports' started by wdlfbio, May 26, 2018.

  1. Fish_kid

    Fish_kid The Right Angler

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    Kirkland/WA
    Name:
    Tom
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    I will miss the Friday night BBQ... Sorry! Gotta help set up the Edmonds Coho Derby stuff... Will also launch around 6:30am...
    @jamie - do we have a final word on worms for the event?
     
  2. TooManyHobbies

    TooManyHobbies The guy that makes the glass stuff

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    White trashville
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    Garrett
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    I'm registered. If Doug gets his boat running right, I'll need a deckhand. If not, he can fish with me and a couple kids!
     
  3. wdlfbio

    wdlfbio Once you go Cat, you never go back

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    maple valley, wa
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    laurence
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    Good news. Garrett is in with his boat and looks like Chasin’Tail is chasing perch too.
     
  4. kenzmad

    kenzmad I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    jamie
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    This is all great news guys. I am on a worm hunt tomorrow. Probably cant buy from auburn sports since most of their inventory is donated to us anyway. Using a small strip of perch meat works just as well and it stays on the hook better. Just dont seem to get the bluegill and smallmouth on it. Looking forward to this weekend! And We will figure out the deckhands thing friday night or Saturday morning. I am going to try and be at the launch at 0600 to help you guys splash your boats.
     
  5. Waterdog~

    Waterdog~ Just one more

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    Hollywood
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    Brian
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    Is there a pelagic pot...….LOL
     
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  6. Fish_kid

    Fish_kid The Right Angler

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    Kirkland/WA
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    Tom
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    Don't go there, Waterdog... last year the bass guys had some big smallmouth and lots of fish, but we had more fun!
     
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  7. Waterdog~

    Waterdog~ Just one more

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    Brian
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    I may be going w a guy that knows the cutthroat tuna fisheries well....agree w all about fun...…..
     
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  8. Chasin' Tail

    Chasin' Tail ~Jumpers!!~ <*)))><

    Location:
    Lacey WA
    Name:
    Mike
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    17' Thor-Built Sled, 27' NorthRiver OS
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    Probably a few sockeye.... I mean cough cough kokanee in there about now if a guy was to troll a flasher real slow with red hooks and forget to put bait on the hook.
     
  9. wdlfbio

    wdlfbio Once you go Cat, you never go back

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    laurence
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    Smart thinking! It’s for a good cause
     
  10. kenzmad

    kenzmad I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    jamie
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    Dont think I havent been tempted. Not fishing if you dont have bait or a lure right?
     
  11. kenzmad

    kenzmad I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    jamie
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    Seriously though, I know little perch are not what WE want, but the action is fast. Trolling for Cutts/Kokanee is what I want to do, these kids may not have the patience for that. Half of the fun for them is the boat ride. Hell, i wanna ride in a bass boat! Should be a good time at the bbq for info sharing, intel will be shared at the ramp as well. Fuck the glitter boats!
     
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  12. hawksfan75

    hawksfan75 More questions than answers

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    Kent, WA USA
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    Eric
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    So, to ask again, are we doing the shotgun start?

    looks like I might have to put the canvas up... bah I was looking forward to blending in with the glitter force ;)
     
  13. kenzmad

    kenzmad I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    jamie
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    Unless you are are hanging with a wmba team, you dont blend with shit!
     
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  14. Ugly Bayliner

    Ugly Bayliner I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Olympia, Wa USA
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    Steve Ericsson
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    Ok, I’m in with Chasin’ Tail, can’t make Friday night but don’t target perch - what’s the troll spread look like and is a bare cedar plug still the hot ticket??
     
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  15. Waterdog~

    Waterdog~ Just one more

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    you no the deal nothing works but night crawlers......ask Laurence LOL
     
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  16. wdlfbio

    wdlfbio Once you go Cat, you never go back

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    laurence
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    Looks like they have about 26 boats for 40 kids Saturday. And we are 12 of those.

    THANK YOU TO EACH OF YOU FOR VOLUNTEERING. :finger:
     
  17. kdubinwa

    kdubinwa Well-Known "Member"

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    Kurt
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    Pat yourself on the back Laurence. Good job guys.
     
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  18. kenzmad

    kenzmad I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    WOW!!! Great job guys! Confirmed with Auburn sports that they will be delivering 30 dozen worms. I picked up 12 dozen more. Will be handing them out at the ramp
     
  19. The Peddler

    The Peddler You should have been here yesterday!

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    Olympia, WA
    Name:
    Matt
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    Is 2 dozen enough for a couple hours of fishing, or should I pick-up some more?
     
  20. kenzmad

    kenzmad I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    jamie
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    2 dozen should be plenty. You only want a 1/2" size chunk on the hook anyway. Most worms can be cut into 3 pieces. After you catch one, fillet it out and use a strip with the skin still on. Little bastards love to eat each other. Perch meat with skin stays on the hook way longer than a worm does.
     
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