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Oct 16, 2020 21:54:35   #
Dman Loc: Sacramento, Ca.
 
Hey my friends with wet socks, This week I started out in Pollock Pines, Ca. on Wednesday at a place called Forebay and slipped in the mud and fell on my butt. Kept sliding till both feet were in the water Hahaha. No luck fishing so we packed up and headed on Hwy 49 to Sutter's mill in Coloma, Ca. between Auburn and Placerville. This river called Lotus ( First pic ) was so peaceful and beautiful. No kayakers or rafters on the water first time ever for me. Place was clean. No luck.

Thursday we went to Folsom lake with the raft to a place called Browns ravine (second pic). Lake was very low but just drifting on the water , do some casting then some rowing , more casting. Didn't matter if the fish were biting or the raft was sinking. Good fishing trips.

By the way, When I was sliding down the bank headed for the big drink, I was told it was some funny sht and could I do it again for the camara. hahaha







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Oct 16, 2020 22:04:35   #
Robert J Samples Loc: Houston TX
 
Dman: Well, slapstack is always funny for the other guys. No, wait, my camera wasn't ready, do it one more time. Ha Ha. Just Sayin....RJS

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Oct 16, 2020 22:13:59   #
Gordon Loc: Charleston South Carolina
 
Good story Dman. Had to laugh at you because I've been there. Nice looking water. Thanks for Sharing the pictures

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Oct 16, 2020 23:54:12   #
Bassmatter Loc: Rohnert Park Ca.
 
Sounds and looks like a good time out on some real nice looking water, nothing like the great outdoors, be safe enjoy ur time out in nature!

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Oct 16, 2020 23:55:37   #
Reel hip Loc: San Diego, Ca
 
what a great area! Beautiful scenery.

Whatcha gonna do for your next trick?

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Oct 17, 2020 00:03:13   #
Spiritof27 Loc: Lincoln, CA
 
Looks like home to me Dman, I've been to all them places. With pretty much the same result, although I didn't slide down any wet banks. Thanks for the photos.

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Oct 17, 2020 00:17:20   #
Jeremy Loc: Oregon
 
Spiritof27 wrote:
Looks like home to me Dman, I've been to all them places. With pretty much the same result, although I didn't slide down any wet banks. Thanks for the photos.


Spirit and Dman ... do you think the fish are outnumbered by mankind. Or they just need t be planted again.

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Oct 17, 2020 01:07:02   #
Robert J Samples Loc: Houston TX
 
Gentlemen: you aren't concerned about catching the very last fish, are you? Just Sayin...RJS

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Oct 17, 2020 05:18:38   #
flyguy Loc: So. Padre Island, TX. 1 & 2, & S.E. MN. 3-12
 
Dman wrote:
Hey my friends with wet socks, This week I started out in Pollock Pines, Ca. on Wednesday at a place called Forebay and slipped in the mud and fell on my butt. Kept sliding till both feet were in the water Hahaha. No luck fishing so we packed up and headed on Hwy 49 to Sutter's mill in Coloma, Ca. between Auburn and Placerville. This river called Lotus ( First pic ) was so peaceful and beautiful. No kayakers or rafters on the water first time ever for me. Place was clean. No luck.

Thursday we went to Folsom lake with the raft to a place called Browns ravine (second pic). Lake was very low but just drifting on the water , do some casting then some rowing , more casting. Didn't matter if the fish were biting or the raft was sinking. Good fishing trips.

By the way, When I was sliding down the bank headed for the big drink, I was told it was some funny sht and could I do it again for the camara. hahaha
Hey my friends with wet socks, This week I started... (show quote)


Good mornin' Dman, welcome to the Forum. A beautiful spot you have there, thanks for sharing.

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Oct 17, 2020 08:26:14   #
dbed Loc: Brock, Nebraska southeast Ne.
 
Welcome to tbe forum Dman great pics put some fish in next time

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Oct 17, 2020 12:10:23   #
Elefantdude Loc: Livermore, CA
 
Dman wrote:
Hey my friends with wet socks, This week I started out in Pollock Pines, Ca. on Wednesday at a place called Forebay and slipped in the mud and fell on my butt. Kept sliding till both feet were in the water Hahaha. No luck fishing so we packed up and headed on Hwy 49 to Sutter's mill in Coloma, Ca. between Auburn and Placerville. This river called Lotus ( First pic ) was so peaceful and beautiful. No kayakers or rafters on the water first time ever for me. Place was clean. No luck.

Thursday we went to Folsom lake with the raft to a place called Browns ravine (second pic). Lake was very low but just drifting on the water , do some casting then some rowing , more casting. Didn't matter if the fish were biting or the raft was sinking. Good fishing trips.

By the way, When I was sliding down the bank headed for the big drink, I was told it was some funny sht and could I do it again for the camara. hahaha
Hey my friends with wet socks, This week I started... (show quote)


Thanks for sharing your story, DMan! :-) Good times! Any day on the water fishing is a good day. Catching fish is just a bonus. It's what my Dad taught me :-) Keep on keepin on!

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Oct 17, 2020 13:13:58   #
RAG Loc: Placerville, ca.
 
Forbay was recently drained for Damn repairs, no fish in their yet. Hasn’t been stocked yet

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Oct 17, 2020 13:16:41   #
Spiritof27 Loc: Lincoln, CA
 
Jeremy wrote:
Spirit and Dman ... do you think the fish are outnumbered by mankind. Or they just need t be planted again.


Interesting question. There's about 40 million of us Californians down here, plus people coming in from all over the world to fish our waters. I'd like to see an estimate. I used to regularly fish a couple of lakes that I know aren't stocked and I did pretty well. I went to one of those this past spring and the skunk followed.

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Oct 17, 2020 14:59:28   #
Pete the welder Loc: Guerneville ,ca
 
D man are you the fonz ?

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Oct 17, 2020 15:28:32   #
Spiritof27 Loc: Lincoln, CA
 
Pete the welder wrote:
D man are you the fonz ?


You ask me, he looks more like this guy.



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