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  1. Forgot you live in Liverpool - just a ferry ride...

    Forgot you live in Liverpool - just a ferry ride away from Millersburg.
    I'll give you a shout the next time I am passing through the area. Thanks for the invite! Haven't done much fishing on...
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    Lighten up Dude. It is only a magazine add. ...

    Lighten up Dude. It is only a magazine add.

    If you want to get knickers in a twist about something why don't you think about the limited amount of "new blood" in the sport. Fly fishing is fast...
  3. Thanks man. I which I was back home in PA. ...

    Thanks man.
    I which I was back home in PA.
    That view from your house looks might familar. If I had to guess I'd say you lilved along Rt 147 or 225. Traveled those road many times from Hburg to...
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    In a pinch you can also mount the motor directly...

    In a pinch you can also mount the motor directly to the gunwwale and turn the motor 90 degrees to operate it.
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    Boats, canoes and kayaks included, generally do...

    Boats, canoes and kayaks included, generally do one or two things well. A white water canoe isn't the kind of canoe you'll want to purchase if your primary intent is fishing. That is not to say...
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    The area from Dog Island to Port St Joe is great....

    The area from Dog Island to Port St Joe is great. A canoe or Kayak is ideal. Route 319 runs along the coast. There are numerous places where you can pull off the road, slip in a kayak and fish the...
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    It was windy this past weekend, temps in the 50s...

    It was windy this past weekend, temps in the 50s to 60s.
    Besure to bring waders with you. The water is cold.

    This time of year the water is clear. As such, the fish, especially the reds, are...
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    I assume you will have access to a boat - canoe...

    I assume you will have access to a boat - canoe or kayak will be perfect.

    Where exactly will you be?
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    Pellicer Creek is a beautiful stretch of water. ...

    Pellicer Creek is a beautiful stretch of water. However, fishing it can be tricky. There are certain times (and tides) of the year when the fishing can be outstanding. The rest of the time is...
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    Re: Toon vs. Yak

    See my response to the "Help me decide" post.

    http://flyanglersonline.com/bb/viewtopic.php?f=25&t=20671
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    Re: Help me decide

    All of the previous suggestions/comments are excellent, but you are failing to take into consideration the most important factor - what kind of water will you be fishing. Just like there isn't on...
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    Re: Faux Furled Leaders

    This might be a good time to ask all of you furled-leader-devotees the following:

    What has your experience been with furled leaders holding water making making them noisy when you lift them out of...
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    Re: Earthquake vs. Fish

    Earthquakes are generally caused by the sudden slipping of rock masses along a fracture or fault. The energy transmitted from the focus of an earthquake is transmitted in the form of waves. The...
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    Re: Building My Own Fly Fishing Boat?

    Dave - - -

    Didn't I see on a previous post that you were working on a Sweet Dream Canoe? Just curious, how is that turning out?
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    Re: Floating lines in the surf

    I have always had the best luck with an intermediate line in the surf here in Florida. However, from time to time, I also use a floating line. It all depends on the conditions. I usually take both...
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    You might want to consider the Garmin 76S, too. ...

    You might want to consider the Garmin 76S, too.
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    Both the 76S and 60CSX have built in barometers and both are water resistant.

    With regards to water depth. I don't know of a handheld GPS...
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    There are a number of good sand flats along the...

    There are a number of good sand flats along the Gulf Coast that are wadeable.

    You'll need to up-grade your gear for saltwater. An 8-weight rod and corrosion-proof reel should be adequate for the...
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    I have a 9wt FT. it is a fast rod and punches...

    I have a 9wt FT. it is a fast rod and punches through the wind. It is not a very forgiving rod. Without question, I would buy another.
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    In my opinion, rusty flies is a burden you have...

    In my opinion, rusty flies is a burden you have to bare for saltwater fishing. Usually my flies don't last long enough to rust. I'm always losing them on oyster bars, etc.

    I generally bring an...
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    It all depnds whether you are tying them or...

    It all depnds whether you are tying them or fishing them.

    With all the epoxy that is needed, tying spoon flies can be a messy proposition.

    I have used and tied a various spoon fly patterns. ...
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    Orvis Battenkill Barstock. I have on I use for...

    Orvis Battenkill Barstock.
    I have on I use for freshwater and one I use for saltwater. Great reel for the price. Never had a problem with them. Easy to clean and maintain.
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    FL-SkiBum - No apology necessary. It's all in...

    FL-SkiBum - No apology necessary. It's all in fun. No matter where you are in the State, the Atlantic or the Gulf is no more than an hour-and-a-half drive away (assuming there is little traffic).
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    Depending on where you are in Orlando, you'll be...

    Depending on where you are in Orlando, you'll be approximately 45 minutes to an hour from the coast. Titusville, is due east of Orlando. There are a number of parks in Titusville that will afford...
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    First of all, there is no "surf" in Orlando to...

    First of all, there is no "surf" in Orlando to fish. However, there are pleanty of bass lakes in the area.

    Check out the folks at Orlando Outfitters (http://www.orlandooutfitters.com/). TJ and...
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    Based on your responses, I would recommend a...

    Based on your responses, I would recommend a canoe made out of royalex. Fiberglass and alumunium canoes are heavy and Kevlar is too expensive. A wood strap canoe is heavy and requires alot of...
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