its just soup !
Type: Posts; User: sandfly
its just soup !
I live here and we are just starting to see a few march browns. brown drakes usually come off right after green drakes here. I haven't seen any yet. I'm on pine every day just about
If you plan to throw big flies for pike and musky a 9' 9wt. is generally the small side for a rod, most fish 10 wts. I use a 9' 10-12 wt rod and a 7'6" 10 wt.
good going I love craft fur, I even found some almost 5" long...with flash-a-bou right in it. also found a way to dye it to.
he's on several facebook fly fishing and tying sites.
Get ready for some gouging again, pine Is really froze up here....hope It doesn't hurt the hatches.
if ya bleach it, it becomes a 3 toned hair. really nice
under the new regs in that area there will close to 2500 bait dunkers and 1500 spinners that week
Its all a pollutant, I will only use a all natural floatant (Jack's stuff)
anything being shipped to china or elsewhere from north America is wrong. we pay for the pipeline and do not receive anything back. ridiculous. they just had a 50,000 gallon leak into the yellow...
frabric paint works wonders on crab flies.
use sally hansons top coat drys in 30 seconds to a minute
yep ! use only a few from my library too. I learned 45 years ago. my problem is I collect patterns, I have around 60,000 patterns I think now. I use the web, magazines, friends, books, etc. I have a...
puffy paint - aka: frabric paint, no wheel, no drip just hang and let dry. can get in a chewy soft or a hard form. clear or any color you want
one of the reasons I have to buy several thousand hooks a year.
depends on what model and if they have to make a new piece. if they can not fix they will replace the rod, how can you complain about that. I worked for orvis in the 90's and that is about parr for...
I bought a set of 18 sharpies a few years ago and have added since, have around 30 colors now
southern appalachian rod company
if you fish pine creek you had better have wets as they work better than drys 10/1
I have over 10 right now, from a 5'2" 5wt fenwick to a 9'6" harnell with a 6" extended butt for salt water.and everything in between. looking for a spey rod next. I still have my first fly rod a 7'6"...
I think I'm up to 9 or 10 rods now, would have to go through my pile of rods and count. have a few bids on some now too. been fishing glass since 1967 still have my first rod its from grants dept....
with 7' of snow and rain coming I guess my steelhead season is done for the fall.
That tool does not work, you need a electric demagnetizer to do it right.
I just use this !
been there done that with a few of my birds, now they all run if they see a fly rod