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Alaska;

Posted 12-15-2010 at 01:45 PM by Hardyreels

I am new to the blog game and will begin with the news of 12/15/2010. For the past 30 hours my home has been pounded by high winds. Wind storms are not uncommon this close to the ocean inlet but this one has been particularly ferocious. I woke several times during the night to the sounds of tree limbs landing on the roof of the house. By three AM the power was out and the wood stove was struggling to keep the house at 60*. Morning reveals that the back lawn is nearly stripped of the snow that was...
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Browing Reservoir Fly Rod

Posted 11-14-2010 at 07:05 PM by Mr.Bass

Does anyone know anything about a 9'6" Browing Reservoir Fly Rod 6/7 weight. case shows 2.90in 6-7. I woould like to know how old it is and what it may have cost at that time. I ran across it and love the rod. Their is nothing else on it as to model etc. Thank you for all the help
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Guides Day Out!!

Posted 10-01-2010 at 08:09 AM by Davo (Davo's Fly Angling Adventures)

Well the guiding season has pretty much come to an end. So today the boss and I are off to hit the lower South Fork in search of monster browns. We are having a nice spell of indian summer here so the weather is going to be great. The fishing reports from the South Fork have been really good so we are looking forward to a great day!!
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Fishing The Hopper

Posted 08-04-2010 at 07:16 PM by loydtruss

Fishing The Hopper


I just canít stay away from those gills. I spent the better part of the afternoon, on Walker Lake today landing bluegills and spots. I was fishing right before a front, and with the lake stable it made for a great day. The hopper was the fly of the day for me helping me land 9 nice gills in depths of 10 to 12 ft. I fished most all afternoon with my 3 Wt. rod and had some awesome hits.The only time you can catch the big bluegills on this lake with the fly...
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Tarpon Here I Come!!!

Posted 06-18-2010 at 11:30 AM by Davo (Davo's Fly Angling Adventures)

Well there is no fishing here at home, just waiting for runoff to end. So I'm hitting the road. In less than 24hrs I'm headed down to Key Largo for some Tarpon fishing.

Talked with Dad last night and he says I could not have timed my trip better. The Palolo Worm hatch has just finished and there are plenty of Tarpon in the area. Weather predictions could not be much better either.

We have our guide booked for Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. At least one of these days...
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