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Capt. Al D
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Ocean County, NJ USA
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-Tuesday, December 05, 2000 at 09:19:22 (PST)
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harvey velix
hamilton, on can
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-Saturday, December 02, 2000 at 22:54:30 (PST)
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vinchi
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tainan, Taiwan
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-Monday, November 27, 2000 at 09:44:53 (PST)
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Richard Elam
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Scottsdale, AZ USA
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klutina Salmon Charters and Campground
great site, very complete
-Sunday, November 26, 2000 at 07:52:46 (PST)
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Doug Howe
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Spokane, Wa. USA
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-Saturday, November 04, 2000 at 19:23:09 (PST)
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Judd Wooler
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Halifax, NS Canada
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Great site, lots to see and lots of links.
-Tuesday, October 24, 2000 at 05:34:10 (PDT)
IP:  202.131.0.16
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Cristo C. Gavilla Gomez
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Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
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Salmon Fishing In Mongolia
THE BEST FISHING ARTICLE MONGOLIA 2000

Salmon Fishing in Mongolia

My home town of Juneau, Alaska has some of the best salmon fishing in the world: We may not get kings as large as those on the Kenai, but the Spring run is predictable and there is considerably less pressure than on the Kenai. But it’s the coho run that Juneau is really known for. The cohos begin to arrive in numbers around the middle of July and by September are beginning to clog the many streams around town. With salmon fishing like this, it might seem crazy to travel half way around the world to catch another salmon, but I did just that. And I’m glad I did: Salmon fishing in Mongolia is an experience not to be missed.

The fish I was looking for was the landlocked taimen (hucho taimen), the largest salmon in the world. Taimen are found only a few rivers in Russia, China, and Mongolia. Taimen look much like a salmon, but they differ from the Pacific salmon I am used to catching in a couple significant ways. First, they do not die when they spawn. This is one reason why they can grow to monstrous proportions. The world’s record, caught in a net, weighed over 200 pounds. Second, mice, lemmings and other small rodents make a significant portion of their diet. This, coupled with their size, may explain why they are called "river wolf" by Mongolians.

There are a few U.S.-based outfitters that offer taimen fishing trips in Mongolia but the price of those trips was way beyond what I could afford. This meant that if I was to fish for taimen that I would have to go with a Mongolian outfitter. Fortunately, finding a Mongolian outfitter was an easy Internet search. After asking several questions and checking with references, I chose Samar Magic Eco Tours and a 12 day trip which included 6 days of fishing for taimen, lenok
(a trout like fish) and grayling.

In late August my girlfriend Joan and I flew from Juneau to Seattle to Tokyo to Seoul where we spent two nights eating sushi and trying to adjust to jet lag. We then had a 3 hour flight to Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia. The next day we met the third member of our party, a Polish engineer named Grezegorz, then climbed aboard a Russian-made 4 wheel drive van and headed west. It would take us two days to reach the confluence of the Chuulut and Suman rivers where we planned to fish. The Chuulut drains into Lake Baikal, the huge lake in Siberia. Baikal is not only the one place in the world with fresh water seals; it is also thought to have the largest taimen in the world.

In the morning, Joan and I woke up before anybody else, grabbed our rods, and made the steep 15 minute hike down to the river. When we got to the water’s edge, I realized one thing immediately: The river was too fast and deep for me to fish with a fly rod. Fortunately, I had a heavy bait casting outfit and Joan was using spinning gear. It didn’t take long for action: I made my ninth cast across a deep pool, reeled fast to get my lure down, and got a strike. The taimen jumped as soon as it felt the hooks. And what a jump – it was tail walking like a marlin. Then it went deep and made several runs around the pool. Fortunately, it stayed away from the rapids and I was able to land it in 10 minutes. I took a photo before releasing it. That first fish wasn’t big for a taimen –perhaps 45 inches long and 35 pounds  – but it gave me more enjoyment than any fish I have ever caught. About an hour later, Joan caught a fish. It was, as she still reminds me, considerably larger than mine.

We stayed at the confluence for three days and four nights. We had luck fishing two ways. Most of our fish were caught on large wobbling minnows – Magnum Rapalas and Bomber Long A’s. The key was to run them deep in the seams between white and dark water at the edges of deep pools. We also caught fish in the evening on mice imitations. This was the most exciting way to fish: Just as the sun began to set, we’d cast mice imitations into the deep pools and let them drift slowly on the surface.

The taimen would come out of the water and hit the mouse on the way down. As often as not, we wouldn’t hook up, but the strike alone was well worth it. In the three days we are at the confluence, we caught 11 taimen and lost at least that many. The largest was 58 inches long; the smallest was about 35 inches. And, of course, the big one got away: I chased one fish perhaps a half mile down stream before it jumped and threw the lure. That fish was over 6 feet long.

Our next camp was a 4 hour, off road drive to another spot on Chuulut river. We camped right on the river and were able catch lenok and grayling from our tents. Once we managed to match the hatch – size 22 light brown dry flies – we caught fish on almost every cast. The lenok ran between 2 and 6 pounds while the grayling averaged about 12 inches.
The only problem was that it was too easy. The taimen had spoiled me: After catching a couple dozen lenok, I put down my 5 weight , grabbed my bait casting rod, and began working the deeper pools for taimen. I lost one fish in three days – but did manage to catch perhaps 50 lenok that should have known better than to go for lures as large as I was casting. We kept a few lenok and a burbot for shore side meals but released all of the taimen. Our Mongolian guide expected us to keep a head for a trophy. We explained that all we wanted were some pictures and the memories. Unfortunately, not all fishermen practice catch and release.

Some even bring canning equipment so that they can their taimen to take home. And while the locals do not eat fish, restaurants in Ulaanbaatar have recently begun serving taimen to tourists. This can’t continue: Taimen are huge fish, and the rivers of Mongolia simply can’t support very many of them.

If you go: With the collapse of the former Soviet Union, travel to and within Mongolia is easier today than it was just a few years ago but it is not something to do on your own. Barely 50,000 tourists visit Mongolia every year and there are few of the amenities that Westerns expect, even while traveling abroad. There are only 750 miles of paved roads in a country the size of Alaska, and no good road maps exist. Fortunately, there are numerous Mongolian outfitters that charge very reasonable prices. We paid under $100 per day per person. This included all meals, board, translator, driver and fishing guide.

When to travel: Taimen fishing is open from early May through the end of October. The best time is typically from mid-August until the end of September. The weather in Mongolia can be extreme. On our trip in late August and early September, we were often hot in the day but quite cold at night. Bring warm clothes and a warm sleeping bag. There were no bugs while we were there but they can be a problem earlier in the summer.

Health issues: We had no health problems, but travelers are recommended to bring a medical kit which includes antibiotics and treatment for dysentery. Drink only bottled water; be sure to buy enough in Ulaanbaatar before leaving for the countryside. Tetanus, Hepatitis A and Typhoid inoculations are recommended. Rabies can be a problem so steer clear of the many dogs in the countryside.

Fishing tackle: I never even cast my 9 weight fly rod I because we found taimen only in deep pools with fast current. Under different conditions, large streamers and mouse imitations should work. I caught all of my fish on a medium-heavy seven and a half foot glass bait casting rod with an Ambassadeur 7000C Synchro reel loaded with 25 pound monofilament. If anything, I was undergunned. Joan used an 8 foot spinning rod with 20 pound mono; 40 pound braided line would have been a wiser choice. All of our fish were caught on baits in natural colors; the best single lure was a Heavy Duty 6 inch Bomber Long A in the rainbow trout pattern. We also caught fish on a Husky Pikie in silver flash, Rapala wobblers in silver, and mice imitations. For lenok and grayling, a 3 or 5 weight fly rod with a floating line would be ideal.

Contact: Samar Magic Tours,
Ulaanbaatar - 28, P.O. Box 329, Mongolia.
Tel: 976-1-311051
Fax: 976-1-327503
E-mail: [email protected]
Website:
http://www.samarmagictours.com/en_fish.htm
William S. Brown
Juneau, Alaska
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-Saturday, October 21, 2000 at 06:49:00 (PDT)
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Dennis Sutton
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Martinsville, IN USA
INDIANA FISHING & HOT SPOTS REPORT
Just wanted to say that i think you've got a great site here.I really enjoy it !!
-Tuesday, October 10, 2000 at 16:42:26 (PDT)
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Fred Xavier
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Chicago, il usa
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Fishing Resources
Excellent site, I enjoyed looking around.
-Tuesday, October 10, 2000 at 04:01:26 (PDT)
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Fred Xavier
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Chicago, il usa
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Fishing Resources
Excellent site, I enjoyed looking around.
-Tuesday, October 10, 2000 at 04:01:18 (PDT)
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David Bullen
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EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND
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Quite a quirky thing to do..........but hey I'm gonna read the guest book anyhow.
-Saturday, October 07, 2000 at 10:23:50 (PDT)
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ryan parent
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windsor, ont canada
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this is a confusing site but is good
-Thursday, October 05, 2000 at 17:21:46 (PDT)
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Rick
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Niagara Falls, On Canada
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Niagara Fishing Web Page
Great page!!
-Thursday, September 28, 2000 at 23:47:43 (PDT)
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HOST:  64.160.112.16

James M Everett
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Dixon, CA 95620
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-Sunday, September 24, 2000 at 22:01:38 (PDT)
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HOST:  202.183.169.20

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-Tuesday, September 19, 2000 at 06:43:19 (PDT)
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Bolzano, ita Fly Angling Club Bolzano Bozen
VISIT! :)
-Tuesday, September 12, 2000 at 11:11:37 (PDT)
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John Torp
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Helsingborg, Sweden
John's MIDI and Things
Hi.
I enjoyed you page and all the links.You
have a very fine site.
John.
-Monday, September 11, 2000 at 08:20:31 (PDT)
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Dinebra
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Cedar Rapids, IA usa
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Dinebra Online

Nice site, enjoyed my visit
"There is so much stuff there"Come Visit Us

-Saturday, September 09, 2000 at 05:33:19 (PDT)
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Clarence
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Whitby, Ont Canada
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-Monday, September 04, 2000 at 16:31:55 (PDT)
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Matthew G. Hauge
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ISDALSTO, NORWAY
* Blind Luck I Guess *
Aurebu !
Cool Portal. Keep up the good work
-Monday, September 04, 2000 at 11:22:49 (PDT)
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Matthew G. Hauge
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ISDALSTO, NORWAY
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Aurebu !
Cool Portal. Keep up the good work
-Monday, September 04, 2000 at 11:22:32 (PDT)
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L.C. Marchant
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Laramie, WY USA

-Sunday, September 03, 2000 at 15:30:56 (PDT)
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gary le blanc
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phoenix, az usa
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-Monday, August 21, 2000 at 14:30:10 (PDT)
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Brad Bailey
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Rock Falls, il usa
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cool site. I see from the guest book that people from all over are looking for good fishing info.
-Friday, August 11, 2000 at 20:04:21 (PDT)
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DERRICK STEVENSON
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DARTMOUTH, NS CANADA

CHEERS TO CAITLYN WHO WENT FISHING WITH TEN MEN ON A DEEP
SEA CHARTER AND AT 13 YEARS OF AGE SHE PUT ON A CLINIC, WAY
TO GO CAITLYN.

-Sunday, August 06, 2000 at 10:49:36 (PDT)
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Todd Hinton
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Tuscaloosa, AL USA

Jonny your web site is awsome this is Todd Hinton the one you give spinnerbaits to in alabama the one that lives next door to Dora Bee Hinton and Pete Hinton thanx your buddy Todd Hinton
-Wednesday, August 02, 2000 at 07:22:28 (PDT)
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Kenny Harrelson
Bokoshe, Ok USA
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Work is just something i do between FISHIN TRIPS
-Tuesday, August 01, 2000 at 17:37:38 (PDT)
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rick feindel
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timmins, ont canada
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-Saturday, July 29, 2000 at 20:33:10 (PDT)
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HOST:  ppp123.197dip.netdial.caribe.net

JOse Aldrich
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Dorado, PR Puerto Rico
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Puerto Rico lite tackle fishing
This is the best site I have in my bookmarks!
-Saturday, July 29, 2000 at 15:27:25 (PDT)
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Otto Zink
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Mexico, D.F. Mexico
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Great work, keep trying
-Friday, July 28, 2000 at 19:31:59 (PDT)
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HOST:  line27.passau.baynet.de

Hansjoerg Barth
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Passau, Bavaria Germany
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H. Barth - Fischpraeparationen / Fish Taxidermit
Hi,
a very nice site. It´s very informative for me. I like Canada and go in Sept. three weeks for Salmon angling on the Miramichi River (NB).
Many greetings from Germany.
Hansjoerg

-Saturday, July 22, 2000 at 16:11:28 (PDT)
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jared
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houston , Tx U.S.A.
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Texas Fishin'!
cool site !

-Monday, July 17, 2000 at 20:07:46 (PDT)
IP:  193.113.185.132
HOST:  inh1ts06-qfe0.ims.bt.net

Nigel Carson
Enniskillen, N. Ireland
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Home Field and Stream
Neat website.
-Friday, July 14, 2000 at 16:43:06 (PDT)
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JASON JORGENSEN
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OGDEN, UT US
* Link *

-Saturday, July 08, 2000 at 14:30:24 (PDT)
63.226.202.183 aaxpppdsl183.sttl.uswest.net
Frank Vulliet
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Mercer Island, WA USA
* A Search Engine *

-Thursday, July 06, 2000 at 11:00:35 (PDT)
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BOB FOX
ALPHARETTA, GA U.S.A.
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-Monday, July 03, 2000 at 12:48:07 (PDT)
205.252.148.46
Danny Ng
[email protected]
Hong Kong, * Saw your Link *
Taikoo Fishing Net (Chinese Only)
What's a great site!
-Tuesday, June 20, 2000 at 20:13:48 (PDT)
195.92.194.23
john alan davies.
jdavies39fsnet.co.uk
wrexham.n-wales.uk , wales.uk
* Saw your Link *
freeserve
nice one.very impressed.first one for me.!!john.
-Tuesday, June 20, 2000 at 17:27:16 (PDT)
Brian Johnson
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Rockford, IL usa
* Blind Luck I Guess *

-Wednesday, June 07, 2000 at 20:39:26 (PDT)
ROBERTO A MARTINEZ
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AUSTIN, TX TRAVIS
* Saw your Link *

-Tuesday, June 06, 2000 at 22:10:10 (PDT)
rungdee
[email protected]
songkhla, thailand
* A Search Engine *

-Saturday, May 20, 2000 at 17:18:40 (PDT)
Jim Foster
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Aberdeen, Scotland
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Silver City Angling Club Aberdeen
Great site with lots to see and very informative. time just fly's past, a bit like when your out fishing you just have to give it one more cast!
will be back
Tight Lines
Jim Foster.
-Tuesday, May 16, 2000 at 15:13:17 (PDT)
Lloyd Brown
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Natrona Hts,, PA USA
* Link *

-Monday, May 15, 2000 at 07:24:11 (PDT)
Jeff Holt
[email protected]
Grapeland, TX USA
* Link *
Tejas Info Services
From the Fsihing 100 Webring.... Will be joining y'all! great site! "A bad day fishing beats a GREAT day at work!"
-Monday, May 08, 2000 at 14:17:51 (PDT)
Bryan Palmer
McAlester, OK USA
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-Saturday, May 06, 2000 at 15:48:02 (PDT)
Reginald Gage
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Harvey, Ill. Cook
* Blind Luck I Guess *

-Wednesday, May 03, 2000 at 22:33:09 (PDT)
Paul
Columbus, ga * Link *
Catfish Hunter Paradise
Nice Site....Come check out my Monster Flathead Catfish Site when you get a chance...
-Wednesday, May 03, 2000 at 19:36:55 (PDT)
A.J. Cormier
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Found you in Texas Fish and Game Magazine.Search a little and Zap there you are. great site, great info.
-Monday, May 01, 2000 at 13:16:40 (PDT)
Dale Michels
[email protected]
Superior, Ne USA
* Link *
Welcome To Nebraska Catfishing
Your have a great site! I invite you to visit mine. We could link up also would be fine.
-Sunday, April 30, 2000 at 08:52:08 (PDT)
Dale Fox
[email protected]
Santa Maria, Ca usa
* A Search Engine *

-Wednesday, April 12, 2000 at 20:44:08 (PDT)
john bulpitt
coventry, england
* Word of Mouth *

-Sunday, April 02, 2000 at 13:26:31 (PDT)
Brzak Dragan
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Novi Sad, yu Serbia
* Link *
Ribe Nasih Voda
About fish in Yugoslavia....
Best fish site in Yugoslavia!!!
-Friday, March 31, 2000 at 23:45:08 (PST)
LARRY KITCHEN
[email protected]
MT STERLING, OH USA
* Word of Mouth *

-Tuesday, March 28, 2000 at 17:39:49 (PST)
Timothy L. Billings
[email protected]
Craig, Co usa
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Fishing is just about the last great past time/hobby left. Only when the weather is bad or I am at work will I see what is on the net.
-Sunday, March 26, 2000 at 07:28:27 (PST)
Richard Wylie
[email protected]
LOndon, UK
* Link *
Barnet Anglers
Nice site,
Loads of fishy stuff. If anypone reading this is planning a trip to England check out our club site, for info about fishing in the UK.
-Tuesday, March 21, 2000 at 02:56:13 (PST)
Don and Cheryl Jones
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Pensacola, Fl Escambia
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We used your "Real Person" to ask a question, Didn't know much about the fish we was asking about but thats ok we live in two different areas of the gulf coast. I think we helped each other out by time the conversation ended.
-Sunday, March 19, 2000 at 09:01:23 (PST)
Robert Richmond
[email protected]
Port Angeles, WA USA
* A Search Engine *

pretty cool web site! keep up the good work with lots of fishy pictures!
-Thursday, March 09, 2000 at 22:38:47 (PST)
J. Reid Crane
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Georgetown, Id USA
* Link *

-Thursday, March 02, 2000 at 15:34:49 (PST)
Arthur Bulloch
[email protected]
Glasgow, Scotland
* A Search Engine *

-Sunday, February 27, 2000 at 03:16:08 (PST)
Kevin
NM US
* Blind Luck I Guess *
Fly fishing Colorado and New Mexico
Hey this is a cool site, I'm going up to Canada in the summer. Maybe you could take a look at my site and sign my guestbook.
-Tuesday, February 22, 2000 at 17:02:48 (PST)
Bradley Ford
P,
-Saturday, February 19, 2000 at 19:16:43 (PST)
Pashupatiadhikari
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Dharan, Su Nepal
* A Search Engine *
About me,Mycountry and different Linksand beautiful photographs
Hello !
I am a guy from Nepal whose hobby is to make penpal to share the feelings between the different guy and girls from Different parts of the world. If U want to know more about me then Just click on the websites above.... Then U will be clear........
Hope to meet on the personal mail
Bye!
Pashupati
-Thursday, February 17, 2000 at 00:22:12 (PST)
kuene
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zuerich, * Blind Luck I Guess *
free good
he i think that .................................................dunno
-Monday, January 31, 2000 at 05:19:22 (PST)
eileen donne
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north garden, va usa
* Word of Mouth *

-Sunday, January 30, 2000 at 17:27:15 (PST)
Glendon Romard
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North York, ON Canada
* A Search Engine *

-Sunday, January 30, 2000 at 09:15:06 (PST)
Ross Duncan Bailey
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Bulls, NEW ZEALAND
* A Search Engine *

-Saturday, January 29, 2000 at 16:37:24 (PST)
Verne R. Walrafen
[email protected]
Ozawkie, KS USA
* Link *
Personal Homepage
I just built a webpage for Clearwater Cove Resort at:
http://www.midiowa.com/clearwater_cove and am interested
in doing the same for others. I work on the barter system
...my services for your services... so we both get a good
deal and I get some excellent fishing experiences. I can
be contacted at (785)945-3800 evenings and weekends or
at 12000 Sunset Ridge Drive in Ozawkie.

-Friday, January 28, 2000 at 23:49:20 (PST)
Les Johnson
[email protected]
Jackson HOle, WY * Blind Luck I Guess *

-Thursday, January 27, 2000 at 13:31:31 (PST)
Frank henderson
[email protected]
worthington, oh usa
* Word of Mouth *

-Tuesday, January 25, 2000 at 17:59:32 (PST)
Bear Bass Hunter
Ga US
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Georgia Fishing
Great Site You Got Here Come By Mine & Pick Up A Award You Won!
-Sunday, January 23, 2000 at 21:33:59 (PST)
Jordan and Ethan
[email protected]
wellesley, on canada
* A Search Engine *
EJ's Fishing
Great Page! check out ours sometime.
-Tuesday, January 18, 2000 at 15:08:14 (PST)
Ron Avers
[email protected]
Harrison Twp., MI USA
* A Search Engine *
Wecome to champ221
-Sunday, January 16, 2000 at 08:10:51 (PST)
Ken Fisher
[email protected]
Tweed, on Canada
* A Search Engine *

-Saturday, January 01, 2000 at 12:30:54 (PST)

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