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Old 03-12-2014, 01:47 PM
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Default Still kind of frozen...

Took my first warm water trip and it was anything but warm today! The high peaked around 30 degrees and I headed out. Spent some time casting some vintage glass and really like the feel of it. Super windy and that made casting a challenge I ended up driving to another spot to get the wind at my back. Water was nearly zero visibility and as muddy as ever.

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Default Re: Still kind of frozen...

Probably gonna be that way for a couple weeks Craig... I got the warmwater jitters too! Your water looks a lot more open than my water...

Maybe some hot pink beadchain eyed zonker type fly... That way it's highly visible and adds some noise from the rattling beadchain.

That heddon really has a nice glow to it btw
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Default Re: Still kind of frozen...

Thanks, I was tossing a Chartreuse Wobbler and a Fluorescent Red, Chartreuse, and Yellow Clouser. Now I need to get my 8wt ready to go but need to pick out a line for it I'll have to start a thread soon.
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