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  1. Thread: Second bass trip

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    Thanks. The second picture doesn't do justice to...

    Thanks. The second picture doesn't do justice to the fish which was the largest of the day. It would easily have been 3 1/2 - 4 lbs.
  2. Thread: Second bass trip

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    Second bass trip

    Not nearly the numbers of fish caught during my first trip (Canada Day bass), but the ride down the river was great.14193141941419514196
  3. Thread: Canada Day bass

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    Just to clarify .... I had to drive to three...

    Just to clarify .... I had to drive to three different areas on the river to catch as many fish as I did this day. They didn't all come from the one spot.
  4. Thread: Canada Day bass

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    Canada Day bass

    First bass trip of the year. I thought with the drought we are experiencing that things would be a little tough...not so!
    Ten to fifteen years ago I could come to this river and catch 20 fish...
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    I'm not in the market for a new rod but those...

    I'm not in the market for a new rod but those Access rods are really nice.
  6. Thread: Majic

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    Couldn't find my reading glasses for the longest...

    Couldn't find my reading glasses for the longest time. Finally found them in the freezer in the garage! Duh!
  7. Thread: Hex Mud

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    We just call it "black muck" and you can...

    We just call it "black muck" and you can literally disappear in it in some places.
  8. Thread: Mayfly ID?

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    Ephemerella invaria (sulpher dun) - some might...

    Ephemerella invaria (sulpher dun) - some might say a variety of Hendrickson. The wings appear quite clear whereas a blue wing olive would appear more grayish (hence the blue wing reference).
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    I don't understand what all the "shouting" is...

    I don't understand what all the "shouting" is about. The Fish In heading is right on the bulletin board page along with everything else.:confused:
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    All kinds of craft stores have plastic "bead...

    All kinds of craft stores have plastic "bead chain". I couldn't find any in black one time so I bought white and painted enough for about 100 flies in just a few minutes.
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    Four more months to go before we can legally...

    Four more months to go before we can legally catch those....and we will....lots.;)
  12. Thread: Help guestion!

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    Help guestion!

    I have been given a rod blank. It is from Pacific Bay Co.. It is 9ft 10 and 1/2 in. in length. It is a 3 piece. It is approximately 4 to 6 years old. Each section had a piece of tape with this...
  13. Thread: Abacos in March

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    OKFF yes wind is probably the main concern. A 6...

    OKFF yes wind is probably the main concern. A 6 wt (in the right hands) will handle the fish but will require some skills to handle the wind for sure.
  14. Thread: Abacos in March

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    What counts the most is a good reel and drag that...

    What counts the most is a good reel and drag that can handle the long runs.
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    Nice! Decent looking and totally functional.

    Nice! Decent looking and totally functional.
  16. Thread: Back on the river

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    I am assuming you are new(er) on this forum. ...

    I am assuming you are new(er) on this forum. Welcome and great report. When I was 16 yrs old (about 100 yrs ago)my parents took us to Florida. The best part of the whole trip was canoeing in...
  17. Thread: Sinking puddy?

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    Loon Deep Soft Weight - wouldn't be without it. ...

    Loon Deep Soft Weight - wouldn't be without it. No fuss no mess. Does move sometimes but no big deal.
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    If you can soften it then use acetone to wipe it...

    If you can soften it then use acetone to wipe it clean (?)
  19. Thread: Two piece rods

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    I would guess the answer to your question is...

    I would guess the answer to your question is "no"!:cool:
  20. Thread: Great Photo

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    That was my immediate thought when I saw the new...

    That was my immediate thought when I saw the new cover! Wouldn,t mind spending a few nights there during the fall and winter.
  21. Thread: Stout's Babe Nymph

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    Reminds me a little of the Michigan wiggler.

    Reminds me a little of the Michigan wiggler.
  22. Thread: articulated fly?

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    If it's for a toothy critter - wire from a steel...

    If it's for a toothy critter - wire from a steel leader. Anything else varying sizes of mono or flourocarbon.
  23. Thread: Streamer rod?

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    I have cast the Sex Dungeon on an 8 1/2 ft 5 wt...

    I have cast the Sex Dungeon on an 8 1/2 ft 5 wt but it wasn't pretty. Would rather have had a 6 or 7.
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    It must have something to do with where people...

    It must have something to do with where people live because I have gathered many grouse skins, wings, bucktails, squirrel tails etc and have never had a bug issue. Nothing has gone into my freezer. ...
  25. Thread: Tellico Softhackle

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    I tie a variation of this (more herl and no tail)...

    I tie a variation of this (more herl and no tail) for browns on the Grand River here in Ontario. Swinging it through the riffles is deadly right time of year. (May June).
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