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peter805
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Santa Ynes pools
Aug 10th, 2009, 10:26am
 
Im sure that this has been talked about many times but It is  totaly new to me.
I went to SY to do a little fly fishing and caught couple dozen little sunfish. It was very nice to be up
there until all this people started showing up at the river (pools) and started yelling and trowing rocks
in water and all that "good" stuf, you know what Im talking about.
What I was thinking is hiking up the river bed pass all that and try to find some more pool up
in the hills.Is it a good idea this time of the year (august)???
Or can someone tell me something alse I should do? Please.
thank you  
Peter
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Reply #1 - Aug 10th, 2009, 8:30pm
 
Don't forget all the litter those idiots leave behind  Angry
 
Hiking far away from that can be rewarding.
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Reply #2 - Aug 11th, 2009, 5:56am
 
Take a walk up the river. These pools,properly called siennas, usually have some sort of spring associated with them.  They hold small bass and a few trout.  Last I heard was that they were pretty stagnant and a dark bloom on them.  Kind of a secret but more something in the eye of the beholder.  Come to the picnic August 11 5:30 on and introduce yourself if you can. We will get you in contact with some of the sienna beholders.           LEW
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Reply #3 - Aug 11th, 2009, 6:00am
 
Hey Lew....where guey?...try Goleta Beach on the west end (UCSB) end at group area D Cool
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Reply #4 - Aug 12th, 2009, 11:16am
 
Quote from Lew_Riffle on Aug 11th, 2009, 5:56am:
Take a walk up the river. These pools,properly called siennas, usually have some sort of spring associated with them.  They hold small bass and a few trout.  Last I heard was that they were pretty stagnant and a dark bloom on them.  Kind of a secret but more something in the eye of the beholder.  Come to the picnic August 11 5:30 on and introduce yourself if you can. We will get you in contact with some of the sienna beholders.     LEW

 
 
Im sorry but I was not able to make it to the picnic. But thank you for the siennas inf0.
 
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