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Old 09-30-2013, 08:24 PM
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Default Big Barramundi Fly Fishing

My best Barramundi Fly Fishing Video yet. You get to see what fly I use, the cast, the retrieve, the hookup and the whole fight. Please feel free to share it on forums. Enjoy. Andy T

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Old 09-30-2013, 08:56 PM
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You are definitely hard core Andy!

When you went over the side to try to free the line I was hoping for your success! I had a big rainbow get tied under a submerged tree this past july and was almost into the water like you but he broke the leader before I got out of my waders to swim after him........... Those fish look strong, really strong, have you broken any rods?

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Excellent video! Well done ! Strong fish definitely on my bucket list!
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good video, Andy
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