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Mack Tahoe
11-29-2017, 01:44 PM
Here are some bows we have been catching on tahoe lately. The toplining bite has been good of late

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Hamachijohn
11-29-2017, 03:47 PM
Nice colors on those fish. Thx for sharing.

fishwrong2
11-29-2017, 04:37 PM
Beautiful fish.

Something special about fish that grow that size on crawdads, shrimp and baitfish.

Well done. Thanks for the report.

Tifoso
11-29-2017, 04:42 PM
Nice work! :vino:

ErikC
11-29-2017, 08:14 PM
Beautiful fish!

Captain Compassion
11-29-2017, 09:47 PM
Love seeing other things out of Tahoe besides Macks. Pretty Bows.

CC

NevadaWalt
11-30-2017, 07:50 AM
Healthy looking rainbow.

sarahpee
11-30-2017, 11:50 AM
Nice fish. I'm not a catch and release advocate, because I've eaten plenty of fish I catch over my lifetime. I'm sure Tahoe is plenty big to support the loss of a few spawners, but I've had a cabin in south Tahoe which has a creek just behind it. I absolutely love going out to the meadow in spring time and watching these large spawners move up the small creek. It's obvious they are spawners because the small creek cannot support these large fish. The thing is, they aren't numerous, only a few go by in a day, so it is a precious resorce, as life in Tahoe &'the surrounding basin if fairly tough, esp in the low water years. Again, nice fish.

P.S. I also enjoy going to Taylor creek in October and seeing/watching the large Browns that come up the creek to either eat the eggs of the Kokanee or spawn....amazing fish.

Mack Tahoe
11-30-2017, 12:03 PM
Nice fish. I'm not a catch and release advocate, because I've eaten plenty of fish I catch over my lifetime. I'm sure Tahoe is plenty big to support the loss of a few spawners, but I've had a cabin in south Tahoe which has a creek just behind it. I absolutely love going out to the meadow in spring time and watching these large spawners move up the small creek. It's obvious they are spawners because the small creek cannot support these large fish. The thing is, they aren't numerous, only a few go by in a day, so it is a precious resorce, as life in Tahoe &'the surrounding basin if fairly tough, esp in the low water years. Again, nice fish.

I am strictly catch and release, big fish are becoming more and more rare on Tahoe. All fish were released to live another day. Only bleeders are kept.


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