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  1. #751

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    Definitely a creek chub. Btw love the featherlight. Which one is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by itchmesir View Post
    Definitely a creek chub. Btw love the featherlight. Which one is that?
    It is a Striped Shiner:
    TWRA - Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency - Striped Shiner
    They do look similar but the shiner is a lot, well, shinier. And has larger scales. And higher body. I wish I took a pic of the chub so we would have a point of reference, but it was only a few inches long.

    It is the 4/5 wt featherlight, 6'6". It is my short warmwater creakin' rod, and I love it! I would suggest it to anyone. I can't wait to get in to some bass and suckers on it to see it really bend.

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  4. #753

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    Nice. I just picked up one of the 7' models from Wal-Mart the other day for $21. All this talk about them I had to finally add one to the arsenal.

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    Yes while technically it is a shiner, and technically there is a fish called a creek chub, they are all creek chub to me Just like bream
    "When you do things right, people wont be sure you've done anything at all."

    Storm Drain Bonefisher

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  8. #755

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    Popped the cherry on the featherlight.




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  10. #756

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    Quote Originally Posted by itchmesir View Post
    Popped the cherry on the featherlight.
    and what did you think of its action?

    i just picked up the 6'6" this winter

    ive been casting it this spring but yet to catch a thing on it

    i love the feel of it casting, the rod feels like it has the backbone of my 3 wt graphite

    i plan on breaking it in this weekend on some DA trouts

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  12. #757

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    It's a sweet casting rod! And at $21 it's a real steal no doubt. I was really concerned about the hype factor but there's no hype about this rod. It's really that good of a rod. No reason anyone can't get into fly fishing due to it being "expensive" when this rod is on the market

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  14. #758

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    From Friday night.


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  16. #759

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    Quote Originally Posted by vanish View Post
    From Friday night.

    Very nice! Not the easiest guys to catch on the fly that's for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vanish View Post
    From Friday night.




    Nice! Almost skillet size!


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