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... land a Chinook on a fly, pressure on, I had
lost all the others to date. But I had learned from the previous occasions and
this time I was not going to panic. The 15 foot rod is heavy the current strong
and then you had a seriously angry fish to the end of it and you have quite a
fight on your hands. But this time Curt and I had more luck the fish did not do
what the last one had done and tore off 200. Yards of line, the first run was
much shorter ...
... not hooked at all. So true. I did
not feel cross or sad but happy and respect. The fish had given of its all and
this was enough to beat me, the better man won. The whole thing took 10 minutes
but felt like hours.
Carrying on fishing after that was hard as I felt both physically and
emotionally exhausted. We dropped down a bit further and I caught a big bull
trout. We saw a huge fish "rolling” where the head and back come
completely out of the ...
... so asked if I could use the spinner
again, “the fish finder"
Can you believe it but in about the same spot I got another fish. This time you
are not getting away. For what seemed like an hour the fish was invisible and
then we saw its tail. Woo that's a good fished they called. Are you ok robin?
Just remember to breath. Concerned voices off. Curt and Chad gently told me
what to do and at last there was ...
... fly was dutifully removed and kept safe.
There followed a passage of time where if I was not blank I was missing fish.
Very taxing on the temper, but chad and Curt were ever optimistic which paid
off in the end. Following the amazing start to the day I might not have caught
anything but wild life appeared. We rounded a corner in the river and suddenly
curt cut the engines "bear" he whispered.
There standing ...
... a couple of castes there was a yank on the line that made jump out of my
skin, I had hooked a Chinook.
It was terrifying to have a very powerful animal attached to you by a thin line
and a rod. The noise of whizzing reels and a fish crashing about in the water.
Curt gently said simple things like “just remember to breath"
In no time at all somehow it was all over Curt was standing there with the net
and a giant salmon ...