Originally Posted by davluri
where he caught that 2lb native rainbow? Never! know why? exponential spread of that information would ruin the fishery he is enjoying, forever.Same with skiing. The new gear an' all, everyone can acess everything. Only thing slows that down is: they don't know where to go. Know a lot? keep it very close, or lose it. (hey, Scott! Squallywood: a very good idea that never should have been done.) What reason is there for revealing sh--? Is it a good enough one?
I like to share my sucess and memorable
moments in skiing and fishing but only to a limit. For instance maybe the best Western Slope Cutthroat Trout fishing in the USA is right here where I live, the St. Joe River. I feel OK stating that but I am not going to tell a possible large internet audience where on the St. Joe to fish. I feel pretty safe in that ,as the good fishing waters reaching from just above St. Maries to St. Regis Montana about 80 miles of stream.
On skiing Silver Mt., sure it is a small gem for off piste skiing and the largest attribute is that it is never
crowded. I don't feel I am compromising that factor because we are so removed from civilization, airports, yuupppie (sic ) skiing that I don't really think it matters. Always happy to take Bears to the good spots at Silver and I am still learning some of them every year.