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Re: Typical Question on a local board

Post by unskunkable » Sat Mar 12, 2011 4:30 pm

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Post by ncguy » Mon Mar 14, 2011 9:01 pm

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Re: Typical Question on a local board

Post by Wisconsin Gun Dogger » Tue Mar 15, 2011 12:11 am

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Re: Typical Question on a local board

Post by ak_powder_monkey » Tue Mar 15, 2011 1:38 am

What is the best size bead, to use for Rainbows?
I have read, that the Sockeye salmon eggs are 6mm.
Is it best to use size 6 or go biggger---8mm or 10mm?
Any suggestions on the best colors. I am trying to limit the amount of beads, I carry to 6 different colors.
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Re: Typical Question on a local board

Post by stranger ina strange land » Wed Mar 16, 2011 8:32 pm

Report: Spring Break 3-15-2011

Met up with my clients at 7 am. Their flyrods were brand new in the cases and they had never fly fished a day in their lives. Got some of the basics down and hit the river. The each pulled out about 7-10 and missed a ton of bites. This trip was a how to cast and where to go, so we were on the move all day and prob only fished 2 hours or so. The other time was taken up fighting tree bass and rock grouper and then retying after a hard fight. Lost a lot flies yesterday. They stocked it full of fish. Every single pool, pocket, riffle, rapid had fish in.

After the trip, Dan and I hit spillway creek and the lost creek areas. We both were fishing one hole and catching a fish or geting a bite everycast. Personally, I pulled more than 60-70 fish from that one hole in less than 2 hours. I went back to that same hole later and stuck my iPhone in a tree and took a video of a "fish a minute". The file is to big to transfer it, so I am still trying to get the file online. I should get it done today sometime. In the meantime, I did get Dans Biggest fish of the day as he was landing it on film....

Totals: On the Secret Fly

Dan-85
Me- 100+

Lots of fun but the average fish was 13-14 inches with a few at 18. We never even saw a deer this trip. All the people started to come down to the river after lunch time. aznd it thined out about 5 pm.

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Lost Creek with "My Fly" these fish had been hit hard all day, but I still managed to hook and land about 20 thru out the day in there.

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Ill try and get the main vid up when i figure it out.
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Re: Typical Question on a local board

Post by tastymidget » Wed Mar 16, 2011 9:15 pm

Re: Broken Bow fishing [Re: danceswithquail]
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here is another one from that douchebag---guided without a license for a long time and had his sports meet him in my friends parking lot at his fly shop--then posts how he caught the same spawning rainbow off her redd 3 fucking times in one morning :bomb
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yup, year round fishery. With all the traffic of people today, Dan landed 85 rainbows. I got 100+ some. I have a report to follow this up tomorrow. I took video of a fish a minute for an hour, but I am having trouble getting it upladed to anything due to the file is so freakin big..... I figure it out though.
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Re: Typical Question on a local board

Post by tastymidget » Wed Mar 16, 2011 9:18 pm

does "stranger" =sean??

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Re: Typical Question on a local board

Post by FeatherChucker619 » Wed Mar 16, 2011 9:28 pm

Two good ones from this evening:

"Carp on The Fly.

I went to Cabelas a month ago and bought a Carp fly assotment. Now i need to know what size leader and tippet i should use? Thanks "

and my favorite:

"What can I do with this pole?

I am looking at buying a 8wt. Pole with Medium Fast action.
It is a good deal and a fairly good quality pole for a total newbie to fly fishing. My questions is what type of fish can I realistically and enjoyable catch on that type of pole.
Honestly I am looking at steelhead in the spring but I would like to be able to target bass and maybe panfish in the summer months. What do you think?

What are the difficulties and advantages of getting this pole?

Thanks for your help. "


I just love a good fly pole.

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Re: Typical Question on a local board

Post by Jackie Treehorn » Wed Mar 16, 2011 10:00 pm

tastymidget wrote:does "stranger" =sean??
dude, I already hide behind one name, why do I need another?
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Re: Typical Question on a local board

Post by SageBrush » Thu Mar 17, 2011 9:43 am

How it Started
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Hang around Mike, we don't intimidate newcomers here.
All are welcome I think.
Most people here are just FULL of advice and opinions to help the newbie.

You want to see some fun, just log on to The Drake and introduce yourself.
Treat them to a little of your compositions.

Cheers
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Thanks !!! I haven't been intimidated here yet (not sure I'm much of a "newcomer" though) -- but The Drake now that's a different story -- just couldn't afford the entry fees -- besides that I'm afraid my "compositions" might not have enough "spacing" or too many "quotations" for their liking -- seriously though I don't want to appear to be ranting and raving here all the time (and for the record, I have never actually tried to put anything on The Drake; so who knows maybe they would like my "compositions": could this mean that a fisherman sometimes "stretches" the truth?!?!?) -- I certainly understand the concerns about posting the names of waters that might not be able to handle the pressure of too much fishing -- I also know that certain people like poachers etc. may be lurking about too -- so I've edited my post to delete the name of a river that should not get undue pressure from fishing -- I did say that we need to "educate" others if we are to preserve our sport -- consider myself educated
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Re: Typical Question on a local board

Post by Outside Bend » Thu Mar 17, 2011 12:29 pm

SageBrush wrote:How it Started
…………………………………………………
Hang around Mike, we don't intimidate newcomers here.
All are welcome I think.
Most people here are just FULL of advice and opinions to help the newbie.

You want to see some fun, just log on to The Drake and introduce yourself.
Treat them to a little of your compositions.

Cheers
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Thanks !!! I haven't been intimidated here yet (not sure I'm much of a "newcomer" though) -- but The Drake now that's a different story -- just couldn't afford the entry fees -- besides that I'm afraid my "compositions" might not have enough "spacing" or too many "quotations" for their liking -- seriously though I don't want to appear to be ranting and raving here all the time (and for the record, I have never actually tried to put anything on The Drake; so who knows maybe they would like my "compositions": could this mean that a fisherman sometimes "stretches" the truth?!?!?) -- I certainly understand the concerns about posting the names of waters that might not be able to handle the pressure of too much fishing -- I also know that certain people like poachers etc. may be lurking about too -- so I've edited my post to delete the name of a river that should not get undue pressure from fishing -- I did say that we need to "educate" others if we are to preserve our sport -- consider myself educated
Mikeo
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Re: Typical Question on a local board

Post by Sakonnet » Thu Mar 17, 2011 12:47 pm

The Buffalo Fucker?
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