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  1. understanding fly tying marabou

    Quote Originally Posted by flytire View Post
    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3xUqZtmKEFI]Understanding Fly Tying Marabou Feathers - Woolly Bugger, Blood Quill and Extra Select - YouTube[/ame]
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  2. Proper maintenance for rod, reel, and line after use?

    Quote Originally Posted by silver creek View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by LimerickShaw View Post
    So I fish exclusively fresh water but was noticing the other day that some of my WF7F line was sinking as I was fishing the other day and it got me thinking. 1 - Is this something that can normally occur even when not fishing heavy flies? I was just casting a simple hares ear nymph. 2 - If this is not normal is this due to issue with the line?

    It was really only a small portion of the end of the line where it I have my leader. I don't typically do anything when I get home from a day
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  3. The beginning

    The first entry in a blog to save wisdom from the forum.
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  4. saving posted comments

    Quote Originally Posted by Ard View Post
    The easiest way to form a record or file source for yourself would be to do what I will describe in a series of numbered steps below.

    1. Go to your profile page and select to start a blog.
    2. Make an original post which will create a Blog Tab for you on your profile.
    3. Now find the posts you wish to save and notice the live toggle at the bottom; "Blog this Post".
    4. Click and then place the post contents into your blog.

    This will copy
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  5. Endless Summer

    It kind of seems that way. Here at 29 degrees north lat.on the Texas coast, October is the time when chilled air from the arctic arrives. By the time these first fronts get here, there is no chill really, just a switch in the wind from south to north and a drop in the humidity.

    Some years, these first fronts arrive in September. September has come and gone and good riddance, as this year’s version vied for one of the worst ever. I had at least 25” of rain at my house, over 6 months ...
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