> Seth B Wrote:
> Just got back from spending four days at Wallowa Lake in Joseph, Oregon.
> My back is F’d up so I let my wife do all the fishing this time while I
> relaxed and took in all my surroundings. She caught trout every time we
> went out, but we only kept enough to eat fresh. We kept eight beauties,
> and didn’t end up eating any of the food we brought with us. Fresh trout
> every day. She had never been trout fishing before, and now calls
> herself the Trout Slayer. Says she likes fresh trout more than salmon;
> who’d a thunk. They are good, cooked rare in butter & onion. It was a
> good time. Here’s an average sized one:
Your Wife is Is as lucky or more than my wife, when we would go out in Lake Erie, middle basin 14-15 miles away from shore and she would limit out on walleye In a hr hour or so before I would limit out, When I would limit out mine were always a pound or two bigger per fish most times but she would limit out in like five minutes like clock work and then be able to kick catch a lot of perch to add to the collection”!
But she didn’t know how to catch channel catfish, white bass, rock bass, all kind of stuff The huge in the great lakes have to offer!
I don’t know how she did it but I was a more then a good, fisherman, my walleye were sometimes 6 to 11 pounders size which what she never got! Fish were fish until I tried to catch fish on whatever tackle were usually only catch and release per tackle, my wife on the other hand could put a bare hook in the water and she would catch a fish but Way smaller than any fish I was trying to hook by a lure or live bait because she seemed to be so lucky !
The great lakes of the USA are the best fresh water lakes in the world lately and I don’t know why !