Fishing season 2012 !

Discussion in 'Sports & Outdoors' started by Jaele, Apr 17, 2012.

  1. Jaele

    Jaele Member

    Fishing season is about to open in Hat Creek in Northern Cali, if you are near there and have never been i suggest you head up there and check it out. Many places to camp/fish/hike/sightsee the list goes on and on. Im heading up there from May 4-8 for some camping and fishing. If anyone else wants to come along you are welcomed. It would be cool to meet some other people on this site.
  2. ChevyFan

    ChevyFan Administrator Staff Member

    Have any photos from years past [MENTION=51708]Jaele[/MENTION]?
  3. Curky

    Curky New Member

    What are catching there? I wish I could. I like going to new places and catch new fish. All I get really here is; lake perch, Bass, steal Head, Carp. I just fish for fun. I don’t really like fresh water fish to eat.
  4. Jaele

    Jaele Member

    Mostly trouts raindows/brooks/browns. Largest I have gotten was 3lbs 12oz my brother has me beat at 4lbs1oz. I will get some pictures off my wife laptop later and post some
  5. Als09Sierra

    Als09Sierra New Member

    Trout are fun to catch. I caught a bunch of speckled trout last fall in NC. I'm a little far to be going to North Cali, but sounds fun. Definitely post pics when you can.
  6. rileyjr16

    rileyjr16 New Member

    There are fishing seasons? WTH?!
  7. Jaele

    Jaele Member

    lol i know... End of April to mid November.. for Hat Creek. So here are some pictures, even found a picture of my first Chevy getting dirty! And yes that is a deer doing their business!!!

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  8. rileyjr16

    rileyjr16 New Member

    Thats ridiculous. Who ever heard of a "fishing season" thats why I'm glad I live in Louisiana...fishing is open 24/7 365 days a year.
  9. Jaele

    Jaele Member

    Lol it just depends on the river where I live there is no season
  10. rileyjr16

    rileyjr16 New Member

    Oh I was about to say...a state wide fishing season...:no:
  11. Psyc0

    Psyc0 New Member

    Beautiful scenery, Jaele.
    TY for posting.
  12. Als09Sierra

    Als09Sierra New Member

    Stripers opened up here Apr 15. Going out Sunday to see what we can reel in. That's a great pic of that doe. :)
  13. Coach24

    Coach24 New Member

    Utah has some gret fishing from Fly fishing for trout on the Provo and Green rivers to Lake Powell fishing for stripers. To Jordanelle for trout and Kokanee.
  14. Als09Sierra

    Als09Sierra New Member

    Finally got my first fish of the season and managed to pull in a couple of striped bass off Montauk point. Great trip and a beautiful day.

    16 pounder, my first striper ever.
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    Great night out
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  15. Coach24

    Coach24 New Member

    Nice catch there . Did you keep or release? Just Curious.
  16. Als09Sierra

    Als09Sierra New Member

    Coach, I'll let the pic speak for itself. Delicious! We released shorts and some blues, even a couple of bigger fish.

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  17. Coach24

    Coach24 New Member

    you could just say i kept it. now i am hungry . dern it
  18. post3ll

    post3ll New Member

    in about two weeks we will be venturing to the UP to do some trolling. Thats when the real season starts for me. All summer I've just been casting and haven't had much luck at the small spots in ohio. Hopefully I'll have some good pictures of northern pike and musky to post :)
  19. rileyjr16

    rileyjr16 New Member

    Going catch some Specks tomorrow hopefully in the bay in Pensacola. Haven't been doing much fishing from a boat lately except for July 4th when I caught 4 fish in 2 days...it was tough fishin though as they had lock jaw that weekend someone did manage to sneak in some pictures though. Been doing some bank fishin and catchin mostly sacalait ((pronounced sock-a-lay) Crappie to you northern folk)
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  20. Als09Sierra

    Als09Sierra New Member

    Good luck, let us know how you do. Sock-a-lay sounds a lot better than crappie, especially for eating. :)

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