I know better. :)
Type: Posts; User: Lotech
I know better. :)
I really like the looks of that bug. I'll have to tie some.
Is anyone falling for fiberglass as bad as me? I find myself totally enamored with the slow stroke, comfortable cast and the beauty of some of today's glass fish sticks. Not to mention that many of...
There is nothing like the feeling of the wiggle in the rod. I'm glad he had a chance to feel it again.
I'm gratified to find one of my quotes used on our front page. I'm honored. And pleasantly surprised.
I can't wade anymore, so I fish from a Step 2 garden bench.
She is so beautiful. Way too cute to be scary.
Thanks everybody. Geez, I can't believe I missed my own birthday party here. It must be an age thing. Thanks again everyone. It means a lot.
Thanks Neil. Lots of us have been wondering. Give her our love.
Thanks for posting. Those pictures are great.
I put the name George Emanuel (I too remember that name) into the search window on the main page. It gave me several links, one of which credited the pictures taken to George E. Emanuel. It showed...
I can't believe this thread has raised it's lovely little head. Life is good. :)
So sorry Jim. Many blessings on you.
Nice one Rick. You're a good man.
Actually Brad, I just found a 2 piece, blue, 6 foot blank that you sent me a couple of years ago. I forgot I even had it.
Where Brad? Where?
That's great news Neil. She's been in my thoughts and prayers. Giver her a hug around the neck and a peck on the cheek for me.
Betty, I'm in trouble so deep now I just want to throw my hands up. Champagne dreams on a Kool-Aid budget you know.
I like the looks and the reports I hear about the Epic blanks. But they are expensive, sold out in my favorite size, and you have to wait a long time to get one. They come from New Zealand.
Anybody here interested in fiberglass fly rods? I find myself more and more enamored with them every day. I figured about 2 years ago that it wouldn't be long before the cost of some of these gems...
I carry a Buck 510 folding knife everywhere. It's a scaled down model of the classical 110. It has slightly rounded nickel/silver bolsters and makes for a perfect pocket knife. I did a lot of growing...
Oooooo Betty. For a second there I thought you were talking about the trout, not the popcorn. ;)
Just another reason why I like fishing with fiberglass. They seem to be able to handle a wider range of line weights. I know it isn't right for all applications, but it works for my limited style. My...
My wife had a full hip replacement in September. She's doing great now. I hope the LadyFisher's hip replacement goes as well.
We haven't seen a post from her in over 7 months. I hope you're OK Deanna.