View Full Version : Tahoe FRIDAY THE 13'TH!!!

03-13-2009, 09:59 PM
Went fishing today with Gerald, a new friend on his boat and Tahoe was her radiant self. She gave up just one fish, a handsome 26 inch 6.5 pound Brownie ;) He was quickly released, sorry no pics. We trolled hard from 2:30 and a little after sunset ripp'n stickbaits I got the hit, then nothing, I reeled fast and caught up to it, yep fish, good fish! I can still see it boiling on the silvery surface 300' back. Good luck, Eric :)

03-13-2009, 10:10 PM
Way to go Eric, draggin the rocks were you I suspect. Take pics next time, dont have to be fish just scenic views for us flat landers to enjoy. Thanks bro.


03-14-2009, 05:04 AM
Thanks for the report Eric. Nice new friend you have there.
Great job hunting a Brownie of very nice proportions.
Glad to hear your out there.

Iíve only got 6 days in this year, with weather, 2 days and messing with old and new boat stuff. I spent weds installing the new FF and Thurs was a roller derby with no GPS working, so much for plan A, but thatís fishing.

I relax better when it's calm....r'

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03-14-2009, 01:54 PM
Sweet report!! *Any brown would make my day. *Way to go. :) ;)

03-14-2009, 09:51 PM
Nice! You told me thats what you were going to do! Way to stick to your plan! Its so nice when it works ;D Gerald is proving he's knows Tahoe browns and bows, good job man!

Captain Compassion
03-14-2009, 09:59 PM
Nice brown Eric. Glad to hear some one is going after those critters.


Sierra Fin Addicts
03-15-2009, 09:46 AM
It was definitely a pleasure having Eric out. He is very enthusiactic & serious about his hobby, Fishing!! We covered alot of ground that day & ripped our arms off topline trolling for a good hour & a half till it was nearly pitch dark when that 6.5# Brown decided to fall for Eric's plug! His new Tahoe personal best. Will get photos of the next one Eric, sorry!

Go fish & fish hard!

03-15-2009, 01:05 PM
Way to go guys! Truely stewards of the lake, releasing a big brown without even a pic. Sorry Gerald, I would have made you shoot a pic of me! That's alright, there is a bigger one waiting for you out there Eric.

03-15-2009, 10:21 PM
Thanks guys ;) My criteria for C&R Browns and Bows is 5-10 pounds and Macks 10-20 pounds.... until I catch a 10+ Brown or Bow or 20+ Mack!!! Smaller fish under 5 pounds make better table fare with less waste. Did I forget to mention that Gerald is a guide, huh? ::) Definitely a good person to know. Thanks again brother for hook'n me up! Good luck, Eric :)