Rpt: Kirman Lake

Discussion in 'Freshwater Fly Fishing' started by DreamCatcher, Jul 29, 2009.

  1. DreamCatcher

    DreamCatcher Member

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    Josh
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    Quick report:

    Fished the afternoon bite on Saturday and landed 12 nice Brookies in about 2 hours 14-20". Camped overnight and woke up Sunday morning and started fishing. Fishing was awsome!!! Landed 34 fish in about hours of fishing. About 3/4 were brookies from 14-21" and the cutts were 17-24" with a couple fish around 4-5 pounds. All fish caught on sinking line with hares ears and scuds. The inlet was wide open, watched a guy get a fish a cast pretty much midgeing. Be back up there next week.
     
  2. CamHat

    CamHat Newbie

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    Sounds like a really great trip. I really want to fish that lake.
     
  3. fishymeister

    fishymeister Raunchy Ryan

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    Yee Haw. Saaaaatuuuurdaaaaaaaay.......
     
  4. Capt. G

    Capt. G BD Outdoors Contributor

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    That is some awesome Kirman fishing.

    Float tubing?
     
  5. fishymeister

    fishymeister Raunchy Ryan

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    Yep. I didn't go that time but I can vouch for him.
     
  6. fishdontcare

    fishdontcare Newbie

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    Graet report. Love Kirman! Did you camp out at the lake or back down the hill?
     

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