Type: Posts; User: herefishy
Yes, it sure is pretty. Many places to fish.
Nicer weather than your last trip, anyway. Buy a map of the access points on the FP from the fly shop, and try some of the other places besides the upper.
You've been a great help to him, I'm sure. So good to see him back.
Thanks for posting this, Joe, might revolutionize my parachutes.
Not official till you catch a cutthroat!
Too bad. I'll be sympathetic for you again. Thanks for the great pics, we'll forgive you for the no fishies.
She truly has a rough road ahead, but seeing better should make it smoother.
Funny wetherh - we're still fighting runoff in Colorado and New Mexico.
How wonderful for her and you all.
I keep a tube of the wader repair in my vest, just in case. Don't need a light, just apply in shade, then put the patched part in the sun. Have used it for flies, but never really got the hang of...
Would a head light work?
Will the paint stay on without a coating?
Sounds like you're well-armed, unless you just want a 5 wt.
Sounds like the perfect setup for you to get started building rods - I can't help with the weights, but I'm sure someone can.
Don't relax, don't get settled - go out and catch a cutthroat first!
So glad to have you back, Warren. We'll keep you in our prayers to have a full return to health.
Awww, that's too simple.
Great idea, Jim, thanks.
Great news indeed!
New cars are definitely fun - enjoy it, and may it take you to many good fishing holes(and bring you back).
Thanks for all the tips, will try them.
I have a midge larva that I tied and now can't remember how I did it. It's made with flex floss, and the hook shows through and looks kind of cool, at least to me. My problem is that I can't figure...