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Help with Furled Leaders

Posted 03-23-2014 at 08:58 AM by pm287

Originally Posted by james w 3 3 View Post
I went through this same dilemma this winter. Considering how long they are purported to last I decided to just buy them from Zen Outfitters.
Maybe somewhere down the road I'll start making them, but it just didn't make sense considering the costs of making a setup, time, and learning curve.
You may decide otherwise.
I set up a jig and had a great time building leaders this winter. Not that hard, just followed some sites and articles. Now we will see how they work in...
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Posted 03-13-2014 at 03:51 PM by fish hard

yesterday I had the pleasure of instructing two lady's and a guy all from Germany to Basic saltwater fly fishing,and casting lesson's.

beautiful day west wind.but I couldn't believe I only saw one bone fish on the flat.and I have fish this spot before,happy to say we caught a big Barracuda that give the gentleman a good fight with three jumps. the lady's enjoyed walking the flat, picking up sand dollars and taking a photo holding up two Star Fish.

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Fishing Lures

Posted 02-15-2014 at 03:55 AM by lurehq

Fishing Lures are attached to the fishing line. Experienced or beginner, it is important for the fisherman to know the use of the right type of lure for the fishing and the type of fishing techniques. An expert fisherman must have proper fishing equipments which are required for fishing. Fishing is done for excitement. A lot of patience and concentration power is required to get success in fishing. Internet has a huge explosion to access information from anywhere in the world. Surf the internet...
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More About Streamer Fishing; Part 1

Posted 01-05-2014 at 10:56 PM by Hardyreels

Since some of our members have expressed interest in both streamer fishing and perhaps hearing more of what I have to say about my own experiences I looked up another piece that may be helpful. The following was written a few years ago and is about fishing streamers on some of Pennsylvania's spring and freestone creeks.

Although you can do a lot of searching with a streamer fly and sometimes even find a willing fish; it pays to have a plan when using these big wet flies.
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More About Streamer Fishing; Part 2

Posted 01-05-2014 at 10:55 PM by Hardyreels

This relates back to the time spent studying how your fly reacts to your line manipulations. Having this kind of knowledge is really important if you want to catch fish because you know how. We all catch fish by accident sometimes regardless of what we know. What I am telling you is simple and it is true. After you have finished reading this you will know that it made sense. Nothing looks more like food to a brown trout than a well tied feather wing streamer when properly handled. The practice exercise...
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