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Old 12-10-2009, 09:25 AM
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I was wondering if you bid on that reel. Hope you enjoy it!

Tying gets me by during extended cold periods, but I fish if the water isn't
frozen, and the temps are above 38*. I get cold, but can't go too long without casting a line over water.
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Old 12-10-2009, 11:16 AM
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Bloodhound,
After you get the reel, post a picture of it in the "Reel Love" thread in the reel section. To us guys, fly reels are like bling.

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lmao, thats funny, yeah man as soon as i get it i will post pic's of it and a few of the rod with reel attached, i need to put up a video my wife mage of me screwing aroung with the cats, casting in the livingroom with just an old leader and the cats running line off of my redfly2 5wt. yeah very boring here in fort mccoy.
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Default Re: reel and line for 7'6" forecast rx6 rod

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Tying gets me by during extended cold periods, but I fish if the water isn't frozen, and the temps are above 38*. I get cold, but can't go too long without casting a line over water.
Gotta agree with you there, I usualy look for 40* but it has been cold and snowing and I haven't fished for 3 weekends now, man do I have a wanna go fishin "jones" goin on.

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you have the jones, i missed the end of the season because of knee surgery and the inability to bear weight on that leg for six weeks, so yeah i'm hard up for some line swinging.
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here are pics of my new forecast 7'6" 3wt and made in England Orvis Battenkill 3/4wt reel
let me know if you can see all images


WOW i had it so everyone who clicked the link would go to my logged in facebook account guess i did that wrong
anyone with some help i would appreciate it.
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If the pic is already on a website, right click on the picture, and you'll get
a pop-up window of stuff. "Properties" should be on the bottom of the pop-up
window, and click on that. There is a url address in properties info, so copy
that info and paste it in your post here. In order for it to show as an image,
you have to put [img] in front of the address, and [/img] at the end of the
address. Note that they are slightly different.
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Thanks Frank.


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The reel looks great! I was hoping things would turn out okay, since I didn't
have a clue about the seller.
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That's a good looking rig. I have always been a fan of the old school round hole reel for creekin' rigs.
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