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  1. The Traveling Ardster......

    With winter finally arriving in April I'm feeling the void really strong right now. I haven't been out on a river fishing since October of 2018 . The nearest I've come was a couple weeks back doing some casting instruction, imagine that 2 weeks ago the ice was gone and I had people learning to cast! Now there have been nightly snow storms with daily melt off's and a mix of high winds just to make things nice. So what are you gonna do? I started thinking of somewhere where maybe, just maybe I could ...
  2. Fishing a Streamer Deep;

    Some questions have been raised regarding how one can attain significant depth when employing my rather unique approach to sinking flies. One specific question regarded fishing for King Salmon in the Columbia River in deep water. While you may not be fishing the Columbia River this spring, the technique I am about to describe will work for deep water conditions from Maine to Washington State. That's a pretty confident thing to say but I'll leave it to you.

    If you are already experimenting ...

    Updated 04-15-2019 at 03:49 PM by Ard

  3. The End of Something Good;

    I'll get around to writing and will provide many a picture of my friend as we shared boats - rivers - creeks and camps for almost 14 years.

    On March 25 of this year 2019 I had to say goodby to my friend & constant companion Boss.

    South Plains and Looking . . .-12606.jpg

    I've spent 44 years of my life in the company of canines and Boss was the smartest most loyal I've ever known. From standing down a large brown bear to simple quiet days and nights camping along ...
  4. David

    how is the best way to get memory out of new fly line
    also, how good is the Scientific angler saltwater lines Mastery grandslam wavelength and mastery grand slam?
  5. Patagonia Tough Puff Hoody

    Quote Originally Posted by cooutlaw View Post
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    Please cite your source for this information - in bold.


    Although this was one of the reasons I was hesitant to post at all, and further used disclaimers and sighted this as solely my personal opinion of a company, not wanting to cause any forum dissension or online debate, I will offer a brief answer and then I will allow the thread to remain to it's intended topic of product review. Patagonia went bankrupt in 1989 (arguably after being mismanaged)
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