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Trout fishing in america

Trout fishing in america

Great route over the water if you fall u just may hit the water

Rating:Average Rating = 3.69/5 | Votes: 13 | Comments: 15

Submitted by: rickyh009 on 2007-10-08 | Views: 5482

Comment 5 out of 5 stars james_climber on 2007-10-08
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i like this slab
Comment markguycan on 2007-10-08
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reel'em in, you got one on the line!
Comment 5 out of 5 stars atpeaceinbozeman on 2007-10-29
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cool shot, neat looking route.
Comment 3 out of 5 stars j_ung on 2007-10-30
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Huh. That's kinda cool. Flash or splash -- sport style.
Comment palidon11 on 2007-10-31
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*gasp* non redundant anchor? you know how far you would fall if it gave!?!? :P
Comment throb on 2007-10-31
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A great example of stupid and excessive bolting. It's an overly contrived line that's of such low quality that it doesn't justify installing bolts. If it were done all natural it would still be contrived but no harm would be done. By the way, I've placed several hundred bolts so I'm no anti-bolt nazi.
Comment 3 out of 5 stars zeke_sf on 2007-11-01
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^^^To throb: I've actually been to the area and the water level varies if that changes your excessive bolting argument. No biggie though. I haven't actually done the line or anything on Gutenberger Wall yet (I've haven't gone to CRG in a couple of years). It's the best pic I've seen of the route.
Comment ja1484 on 2007-11-04
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Where's the 5.10d section?
Comment caughtinside on 2007-11-05
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an interesting photo of an unusual route. Extra funny that someone would get their panties in a twist about it.
Comment jonzoclimber on 2007-11-16
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seriously what a vag. If there is a route to be climbed, why not bolt it? Does it really take away from your artistic pleasure of the slab? If you want to solo it, that's fine, but don't pretend like there is nobody climbing lower grades than you.
Comment obe on 2007-11-17
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traversing and on a slab. DONT fall. great picture.
Comment 3 out of 5 stars salamanizer on 2007-11-20
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The water's about 15ft deep there. When the water's a no flow, the bolts are more than justified. When the water level is high, it's a swift moving river with steep slab on both sides. Theirs also some narley rapids a couple hundred feet down river, and a dunk in it might be the last swim you ever take. It's also a high quality polished sustained slab traverse IMO. Just cuz you got your ass spanked and took the dunk is no reason to be bitter toward the route.
Comment motocrosser21 on 2007-12-05
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Hey ricky. These two kids are 14, i mean come on.this first pitch is a traverse, the second pitch goes straight up. Hard route on solid granite. Check out rickys other pics for more of this route.
Comment motocrosser21 on 2007-12-05
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*on his myspace*
http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=105579498&MyToken=79491e93-8d4e-4522-8f0e-86c56ff46ad5
or
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Comment 5 out of 5 stars rickyh009 on 2007-12-05
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i think the whole things 5.10d