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innes 04-17-2011 01:39 AM

Victory at Pyongtaek
So I caught my first bass fly fishing last Friday. My friend said bass like structures and told me to cast into the weeds. First cast and this fish attacked the white bugger and ran. No nibbles, bumps or tugs, just POW! and he took off. Yippers, he's 4 feet long and weighed in at 26 pounds. Must be a new Korean fish record. For some reason my wife didn't believe me.
Anyways, I only caught one fish but it was a good day.
PS. Did you know that no matter how poor a caster you are, if you have a strong wind at your back you can cast really far.

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Oh yeah. I found this indicator on the shore. Never seen one like this so I kept it. I find neat stuff whenever I go fishing.

chuck s 04-18-2011 02:04 AM

Re: Victory at Pyongtaek
yep 4 ft and 26 lbs. Congrats! Good pics! Your wife will eventually get used to fisherman math system!

peregrines 04-20-2011 02:47 PM

Re: Victory at Pyongtaek
Congratulations, nice fish. It's sounds like you'll have some great bas fishing over there. As the water warms up, try throwing a popper once in awhile-- you'll really love it when they come up to smash it!

kglissmeyer1 04-20-2011 03:10 PM

Re: Victory at Pyongtaek
That's my kind of fuzzy fishing math! Nice fish by the way, it looks all of what you described ;)

As far as the strike indicator goes, looks like one of the prototype versions of Whitlock's newest Telstrike yarn indicators:

Can't say for sure...


mcnerney 04-20-2011 05:25 PM

Re: Victory at Pyongtaek
Congrats on the great looking bass!


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