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FlyGal 05-05-2008 07:59 AM

Breaking in the boo
 
A local lake outlet in the White Mountanins of NH, first few hits were amazingly soft - to soft so I switched my nymph to a lil-minnow. They slammed it then. :wink:

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Beautiful spot, perfect for the 7' 6" cane I mostly roll cast with a few bow & arrow cast and I had so much fun exploring, casting & landing these nice rainbows with a rod I have spent so many hours over while awake and would haunt my dreams day & night.

I can tell the rod will handle a nice fish well. It's ultra sensitive, almost as if you can feel the electric connection seconds before the take. The rod is very alive in your hands and all I have to do is the slightest hand or wrist movements to play the fly or feed more line out of the tip.

I love to hunt rainbows in the rain, I'm high off the tug drug fix :frogdance

wtex50 05-05-2008 12:11 PM

Re: Breaking in the boo
 
Beautiful rod and nice fish... I guess you are hooked on boo now. I've been fishing boo for years and there is really nothing like it...I would be interested to know where you got your kit from, cost etc. Thanks....enjoy your rod.

Joni 05-05-2008 01:17 PM

Re: Breaking in the boo
 
Very nice and great pictures!


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