Type: Posts; User: Panman
Your story brought tears to my eyes. Let us hope for the best.
I believe that the most important thing when fishing a small rod it to get a rod that you feel comfortable with based on the length of the rod rather than the weight. I bought a 1 weight 6 ft rod...
To add to Buddy's comment. Some time back I read an article that said an Asian woman was an expert on tying one fly. I believe it was a copper John. She was well known among the local tyers and she...
Because of usage factors on hip boots I buy cheapies every few years. I only buy those with built in foot. My last purchase turned to be a loser because the insole of the boot is so thin that...
Been there and done that. It was not a positive venture. TAKE CARE.
Below is an Obituary that appeared in The K.Falls Oregon paper this morning.
"John ----- passed away on the Copper River with his beloved brother and cousin, as he was slaying the reds. He...
Thank you for this post. Three years ago my wife passed away leaving me without any children or close relatives. I thought I was handling things pretty well until one day a friend took me fishing. ...
Thanks for the reply. I believe I caught some of those rascals when I lived in VA. I fished several different states during my stay in your country.
Looks like you had a great outing from those pictures. Thanks for sharing. Could we tell me more on what a Black Perch is?
I did a Google and didn't find an answer. The only thing that run...
Wish you a speedy and successful recovery.
I have been playing with gills, crappie & yellow perch the last few days and I have found that the speed of the retrieve is very important. Recommend that when your at it.
Both my wife and I were career service members. Here is an E-Mail I received this AM from my wife's niece.
"Thank you for your service including Aunt Gracie. Today is not about hot dogs
The keys to successful crappie fishing, regardless of gear, is Depth and Speed control.
Crappie are seldom all that picky about which fly. But you got to put...
The Alexandra is a well known streamer fly that is known for use as a streamer for trout. I have used it off and on for years with good success on rainbows. I little while back I decided that I...
Husband takes the wife to a disco.
There's a guy on the dance floor living it up - large break dancing, moon walking, back flips,the works.
The wife turns to her husband and says: "See...
You have my deepest condolences.
If you don't want to use kool aid dye with food coloring. I prefer food coloring. It is easy to use. Just go to Google and enter "Dyeing feathers with food coloring."
On small flies I use Emu Feathers or Ostrich plumes.
HRH means what - thanks
Louisiana boy catches 114-pound catfish, breaking nine-year record.
Read more: http://www.upi.com/Odd_News/2014/03/02/12-year-old-boy-snags-114-pound-catfish-PHOTO/7761393800590/#ixzz2uxmS7paY
I think that both color and size are quite important. I fish a small walk in lake that has a good population of brookies. I usually carry three different colors of flies. These flies are all the...
Agree with Jim - - Think big. Leeches work good in sizes up 1/0 or larger. A Boa Yarn fly has produced for me. I don't have as much experience as most of the others on bass but it seems to me tie...
Scott thanks for the pattern. I decided to tie a few and they were not hard. But for me I wanted a much larger fly and tied them on a Mustad 3399 size 8. At that size I found an Ostrich plume...