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  1. Re: Skagit, Scandi, various bellies..Sorting it all out for the beginner

    Here's a few more for the list:

    A Brief Introduction to Modern Spey Lines - Fly and Field Outfitters

  2. Re: Skagit, Scandi, various bellies..Sorting it all out for the beginner

    On this point I have to give my guide a lot of credit. First, his drift boat was powered by his 20 something arms and oars, no motor. Second, he really knew that river and after he could see the...
  3. Re: Skagit, Scandi, various bellies..Sorting it all out for the beginner

    They were in there, just not biting. I saw one guy, spin fishing from a jet boat land one all day. Maybe it was all the boats with big engines buzzing up and down through some really good pools at...
  4. Skagit, Scandi, various bellies..Sorting it all out for the beginner

    So I just got back from a quick trip to PNW for family stuff and got in a day of fly fishing for steelhead on the Cowlitz River, a trib of the Columbia, in Washington. I had planned on single handing...
  5. Do you guys think that they have enough Mayflies in Ohio right about now...

    Saw this picture while trolling news sites over coffee I thought that they were bees until I read the caption and the story. Can you imagine trying to cast your Parachute Adams etc in the middle of...
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    Re: Rod Arsenal and where you fish.

    So I'm still new at this and as the dust settles I find myself fishing freestone streams locally here in the Shenandoah NP and GWNF, mostly brook trout and brown trout so far. I also discovered...
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    Re: Is fly fishing inherently better?

    Well I have to say generalizing is almost always a bad start to an argument unless the point of the generalization is not to actually arrive at a resolution but simply to foment discussion. So we're...
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    Re: R.L. Winston Thread

    Hey guys, currently I own three Winston rods:

    B IIIx 8.5' 3wt (headed out with me in a second to the GWNF to try and find a creek two guys recommended)

    B IIIx 9.0' 5wt

    WT 6.5' 2wt

  9. Re: Help! I'm clearly overthinking wading boot studs

    Thanks. If these are you, you make an interesting product. Welcome to he forum. Aluminum Traction for ANY boot or shoe!! Made in the USA
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    Re: Reels for Boo Rods

    All I can say after going through the pictures of rods and reels in this thread, is Jeezy Pete, these are some great looking rods! Some day, when I grow to be a big boy I want to get one of these....
  11. Re: Eight foot death machine, OR Wile E Coyote, Super Genius?

    I 100% agree, safety first at all times. I would have held onto her like a tick on a dog...for safety and stability reasons of course.:D
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    Re: Canyoneering With Side of Fly Fishing

    Ok first off, great pics, of amazing country and and beautiful water. I could easily lose track of time for days on end, scrambling, hiking, fishing in country like that. Second, got any pics of the...
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    Re: Bug pics thread

    Oh BTW if I haven't mentioned it earlier, you guys have some mad bug catching and ID skills!
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    Re: Small stream rod

    Perhaps a bit outside of the box but I would suggest the TFO Signature II. I have it in a 2wt, 6' long for this kind of work it loads well and is perfect for the very tight quarters that I fish in...
  15. Re: Help! I'm clearly overthinking wading boot studs

    So here is the pattern I went with . It's1707617075 a combination of 10 Simms hardbite cleats and 10 3/8 Kold kutter studs. Time will tell if it works, along wirh a wading staff, or if I end up ass...
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    Re: Guitar strings as leaders

    I have nothing to add here except that I love out of the box thinking and repurposing stuff. Excellent.
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    Re: What’s your favorite fly fishing pack?

    You can never go wrong with Filson. I love the tin cloth fanny pack, nicely laid out, big fan of tin cloth/oil cloth. How do you decided which of the two fanny packs to use on a given occasion? If...
  18. Re: Harvesting: proper way to euthanize your catch

    So while hunting down data on fish transport back home after a trip I came across this article on the this topic. How to Humanely Kill a Fish | Topic The science discussed in the article is...
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    Re: Making Road Coffee

    I use the 1 cup version of the Moka since its usually just me. I grind my self enough coffee for the trip and chuck in a ziplock. It takes no time at all for my old MSR Whiperlite to boil that small...
  20. Re: Wading boots: Newbie learned a lesson today

    I ended up with the G3s and am very happy.

    In terms of fishing, the shad run on the Potomac still rolls, though this year hard rains upstream have really been blowing the river out right during...
  21. Re: Average Break in time for a pair of Simms G3 Guide boots

    Once I get the Kold Cutters on I'll post up a pic of the soles as I think the pattern will be slightly different. Good call on the extra laces. Thanks.
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    Re: Costco has Pontoon Boats on sale for $300

    Very nice boat.
  23. Re: Average Break in time for a pair of Simms G3 Guide boots

    No way. I'm all in on the G3 bandwagon. I was really worried in the store while trying them on that it it would take forever to get them organized. Wearing them around all day in the...
  24. Re: Wading boots: Newbie learned a lesson today

    So to finish this up, just in case somebody else comes along and searches the same topic, I ended up with the G3s, they just felt right for me. that said That same day I tried on Simms, G3, Orvis...
  25. Re: Average Break in time for a pair of Simms G3 Guide boots

    So in answer to my own question from box to broken in, in my case, two weeks. Four different streams now, wading from ankle to hip deep, soft water to zesty and the G3s are as comfortable as any GTX...
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