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Bridges

Bridges

Postby Bernard » May 2nd, 2010, 5:24 pm

Based on the formula: Bridges = water (most of the time) and water = fish (some of the time).

Hello Everyone,

I hope that this isn't too random but often I find very non-fishing specific resources to be inspiring. This is a very curious and kinda neat angle: http://bridgehunter.com/ca/ventura/bh42629/.

Enjoy,
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Re: Bridges

Postby rkfiske » May 2nd, 2010, 6:21 pm

Clever Bernard!!
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Re: Bridges

Postby fancyboy » June 10th, 2010, 7:27 am

Dude!!! That's my honey spot!
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Re: Bridges

Postby Ants » June 26th, 2013, 7:45 am

I keep in mind the Civil Engineering challenge when I go fishing - that is, catch fish while standing on, under, or near a structure built by Civil Engineers. In nearly all instances, those are great places to fish.

There is little doubt that it will take the place of reality TV, but the options are nearly endless.

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Re: Bridges

Postby briansII » June 26th, 2013, 9:20 am

Bernard wrote:Based on the formula: Bridges = water (most of the time) and water = fish (some of the time).
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That's a man made fallacy. Fish are repelled by steel structures.






























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Re: Bridges

Postby flybob » June 26th, 2013, 8:55 pm

Dude, I have been a HogHead since I was 4 years old!
I love old railroad bridges!

Never thought of the prospects of what can be found under them....cept for the Hobos (dating myself here)!

Right down the road is the town of Filmore....there used to be a railroad museum there, I once took a scenic train ride from there.
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Re: Bridges

Postby John Harper » May 16th, 2016, 9:44 am

flybob wrote:Dude, I have been a HogHead since I was 4 years old!
I love old railroad bridges!

Never thought of the prospects of what can be found under them....cept for the Hobos (dating myself here)!

Right down the road is the town of Filmore....there used to be a railroad museum there, I once took a scenic train ride from there.


I grew up in Fillmore. Yes, there is a museum. There's also a very similar bridge out Old Telegraph Road that spans Sespe Creek.

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