View Full Version : Where not to go.....

12-20-2008, 08:50 PM
which is Collins Lake! My intent was to take Prowler to O'ville for coho's, but the ramp at the spillway ramp was questionable (4WD, recommended which I don't have) got there, shallow/dirt gravel ramp which is ok for shallow draft bass boats, not so much for deep V aluminum boats. Plan B head to collins, last time we hit the Afterbay for 1 takedown, no stick! So Plan B was hit Collins, "the most heavily stocked lake north of Sacto, and I'm not a fan of stocker lakes) for 1 takedown that Prowler farmed! *http://www.fishsniffer.com/forumsyabb2008/Templates/Forum/default/grin.gif But it was my fault, as it was on my rig, and apparently he doesn't understand the concept that just cause the handle in on the left side you still reel forward! http://www.fishsniffer.com/forumsyabb2008/Templates/Forum/default/rolleyes.gif http://www.fishsniffer.com/forumsyabb2008/Templates/Forum/default/grin.gif J/K, Tim, anyone who will sit patiently for hours in freezing weather, whithout a bite without *****ing always can ride with me! Thanks for coming!

12-20-2008, 09:57 PM
Geez, you try to help a guy out by hooking his fish for him ::) After all of the "You take it...No you take it... No you. . .I guess the fish got bored and decided to go do something else :P It was a nice, relaxing day with good weather, but I will be picking the spot next time. Next thing you hear from Chico will be his whining because his arms are sore from reeling in too many Sac. River 'Bows ;)

12-20-2008, 10:00 PM
Man Chico, you been reading my book. We need to skip a few chapters for sure. Thanks for the report. Was really hoping to read about the coho's.


12-20-2008, 10:00 PM
chico, i agree with you, last p'mid fest tim rode with me for about an hour and half before wind picked up, no bites but he was as pleasant as could be. he's also alot of fun to be with.