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Author Topic: Randy Paskall Talks fishing and music; Cutthroat, Rainbow sturgeon, heavy metal  (Read 6805 times)

RalphH

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Local angler Randy Paskall  (aka Floon on some venues) is featured on the latest Flyfishing97 podcast.

https://soundcloud.com/flyfishing97podcast/156-drums-and-fins-randy-paskall-cutthroat-rainbow-trout-and-much-more

Randy, a Type A personality (beware) for sure is known for his near obsessive pursuit of cutthroat, coho, stillwater rainbow and even sturgeon. He has been a character on numerous web discussion boards for a few decades.

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I enjoy hearing people's life stories. Not knowing Randy personally, but having connected with him online as Floon, it was interesting hear his story.

I especially enjoyed hearing him talk about SRCs. I've read lots about SRC fishing, but it's rare to hear someone talk about it. Or maybe I'm listening to the wrong podcasts!
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I don't think a lot of people fish SRC off the beach here and that may be why. A lot of info available on the web for Puget Sound though as well as beach fishing for salmon.
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