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    Default Kepler Bradley

    Caught a 28 inch 6.5 lbs. Rainbow May 3

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    Copy and pasted your info 2 times and it doesn't go anywhere that can be found. Can you fix it?

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    picture no worky : (

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    It's because the link is referencing a location on his computer, not the internet. Unless he reposts, the link will never work...It will work for him though, since he's on his machine...

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    I fished yesterday .... did not see anyone from the anglers
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    Matt, I saw your 124,007 pictures on Facebook. Nice fish! I assume you must be very proud?

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    whoa, could you tell us a little more about this? How did you catch it? Were you on the bank? I live in Palmer and am trying to teach myself and my kids to fish. I rode my bike thru the trails there alot last summer and I saw people fishing there but had no idea there were anything like the fish you're describing in there!

    I took my kids out to matanuska lake with an ugly stik I got at walmart, I basically was just trying to show them how to cast from the shore (to the best of my own knowledge, I'm sure I was doing it wrong myself.)

    I went on a guided silver fishing trip on the little-su and mentioned what I was trying to do on Matanuska lake and the guy just laughed at me. I didn't know there was serious fishing there.

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    pretty much now is a good time to start hitting the lakes for trout on the gravel areas close to shore. It is only as serious as you want to make it, but since kids are involved if you want them to have fun I wouldn't get real gun ho about it. Get a couple books like the road side angler or what not at the store here or any fishing store should have them and go have fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenaibow fan View Post
    pretty much now is a good time to start hitting the lakes for trout on the gravel areas close to shore. It is only as serious as you want to make it, but since kids are involved if you want them to have fun I wouldn't get real gun ho about it. Get a couple books like the road side angler or what not at the store here or any fishing store should have them and go have fun.
    Thanks, that's exactly what I'll do. I was overwhelmed when looking at the selection of books before, I didn't know which to start with.

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    Link to pics on FB:

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    Nice Fish Man!

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    whoa thats alot of pics......awesome colors on that fish.....whatd you get him on? looks like they are in spawning mode now.....



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    That is awesome! Thanks for sharing the pics. Everytime I drove by there this weekend I saw many people standing in the parking area.

    Did you eat the trout? How did you cook it? I've never eaten trout.

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    i guess ill be the one to say it.. nice fish, but wish you would have released it

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    Quote Originally Posted by aktyler View Post
    i guess ill be the one to say it.. nice fish, but wish you would have released it
    I'm all for C&R, but since it's a stocked lake, what's the diff?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.No View Post
    I'm all for C&R, but since it's a stocked lake, what's the diff?
    that information wasnt anywhere in this thread... where do you get that from

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    Umm the fish and game website for one has it as well as the regulation books.
    There's a fine line between fishing....

    and standing on the shore like an idiot! ALLEN BRADLEY-TANGLE LAKES ADVOCATE/FANBOY

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    I've never even been to that lake, but as a rule of thumb in the interior and SC, rainbows in a lake = stocked

    http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/index.cfm...ail&LakeID=210

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    i get all that... but what lake... i dont see a lake name anywhere

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    Kepler bradley lake.... Its in the title of the thread at the top aktyler
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    You would not happen to be from Arizona, would you Matt? Just curious, your name and all...

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