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Old 08-16-2010, 12:06 PM
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Default Re: fly fishing hard on shoulders?

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Rifleman,

It can be enormously rewarding catching 12" trout or bass on light gear using only your wrist for casting as Ard says. Places abound all over the country for this type of fly fishing. In many ways it is far more enjoyable than fishing for huge fish. No stinking jet skiis on brooks or creeks!

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Jim
Thanks. Yes, I live in a fisherman's mecca, fly or otherwise. From our rivers and creeks we can catch anything from stockers to world records.
I took my new/old rod into the yard and did some casting motions for a while. No pain but there is some fatigue in the shoulder. Practice, I hope, will cure that.
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