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    Re: Current river short film

    I have been on the Current for decades and never fished the area in the video until four years ago. I canoed downstream from that area for fun and smallmouth (Two Rivers) down. There are some really...
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    Re: Shaken.....

    Except for the volcano, it sounds like Missouri.

    Bill
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    Re: Current river short film

    The Current is a terrible fishery. All stockers and the water is smelly.:rolleyes:

    Bill
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    Re: Which rod 8w ( carp)

    ION XL is a decent rod for the money.

    Bill
  5. Re: For you Robert Traver Fans of Trout Madness & Trout Magic

    Started me thinking of Joe Brooks.

    Bill
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    Re: Looking for some trout/fly-fishing in MO

    Sorry, Orey, This is the websites river levels site. http://https://www.flyfishersatthecrossing.org/education/. Scroll around the site there is some helpful information on it. Central West End is a...
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    Re: 4wt Possibilities

    I can't speak the any of the rods mentioned but the Redington Butterstick 7 1/2' 4 weight felt great. So a four weight would definitely fit the bill. I have thought about the Hardy fiberglass a...
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    Re: Recomendations on an 8' 4wt rod

    That reminded me, The Sage Mod is on sale. The four weight 9-foot rod would work. The 8 1/2' would be nice as well if you can find one.

    Bill
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    Re: Recomendations on an 8' 4wt rod

    Hi, luked, I fish the same parks you do but prefer the other areas Missouri offers. I fish with a 9' five weight most of the time, an NRX LP, it handles most of my fishing but if I am fishing drys I...
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    Re: Looking for some trout/fly-fishing in MO

    Here is another helpful site. It offers info on river conditions for popular rivers. The FATC have group trips going out at different times but they may require membership to participate. Meramec...
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    re: Feather Emporium (beware)

    Recently on a Facebook site, someone asks about Feather Emporium. The response was fast and merciless. Avoid it at all cost.

    Bill
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    Re: Summer weight fishing gloves

    I have used the Bass Pro (World Sportsman) fingerless gloves with the faux suede palm and I like them well enough. They do have unlined as well. They protect the hands from the sun and that's what...
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    Re: Gear Bag Recommendation

    I and members of the FF Club I belong to have adopted the High Sierra 36 inch rolling duffle bag as the official bag. It has a lower bottom where you can store your boots and waders. The upper...
  14. Re: Orvis Helios H2 tip flex as a nymphing rod

    I don't fish with a euro nymphing outfit but I think you have tip flex confused with the softer tip of a euro rod. A tip flex in a normal rod such as your H2 is for accuracy and fine speed. The soft...
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    Re: Little tricks to share

    I keep a few safety pins on my vest to help clean clogged eyes.

    Bill
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    Re: I'm outta here!--Missouri trip

    I have seen that the rains that have blown through have not been as bad as expected. You should be good to go with good water.

    Bill
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    Re: Best knot, tippet to fly

    I have used the Improved Clinch but lately, I have been having trouble with my hands cramping and of course my eyes. A friend recommended the Davey and double Davey but those have been giving me a...
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    Re: Thinking of Fred Evans as I Post This;

    This thread has become another gift from Fred. Sharing experiences about loved ones and the hopes we cling to and the personal successes. Thanks, Fred, Thinking of you.

    Bill
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    Re: Misplaced, Forgotten, Lost or stolen

    Make a list of everything you must have and then seal it with self-sealing laminating plastic, then leave it somewhere you won't lose it. Just kidding, put it in your bag that you always use for...
  20. Re: The Asians are coming, the Asians are coming

    My understanding is the Asian Carp are plankton feeders. Last year in a lake near St. Louis they netted them because they had made the lake practically unusable to boaters. There is a movement along...
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    Re: why use fishing guides

    I have used guides 6 or 7 times in my life. All out of state and mostly for fishing the salt. I had no experience and live in Missouri so fishing the Everglades and Keys was an experience I wanted....
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    Re: Serious question about guides

    I worked in the service industry when I was younger. Waiters, waitresses, bartenders, Are all paid a wage way below the minimum in industries. If you hire a guide thru a fly shop the fly shop gets...
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    Re: Is this a Midge?

    This looks more like a Trico.
  24. Re: Dumb Question about TFO Pro Special Rods

    I wouldn't think that the 5 and 8 weight parts would fit but what do I know? Try them with a five weight line. If it works your good to go.

    Bill
  25. Re: White River Fly Shop Dogwood Canyon Fly Reel

    Going back to the Liquid. You can buy a pack that contains the reel with spool and to spare spools for around $179.00. That brings your price down to the cost of the Dogwood Canyon reel.

    Bill
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