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    Nice pictures. Looks like you have a great place...

    Nice pictures. Looks like you have a great place to hike.
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    Nice work Dave. Up here I haven't had much luck...

    Nice work Dave. Up here I haven't had much luck catching anything but trout and, until yesterday, the fishing was smoking hot. Most of the time I could easily catch at least 3 or 4 in less than an...
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    I've never noticed that I hook fish any different...

    I've never noticed that I hook fish any different with a tenkara rod as compared to a regular fly rod.
  4. Thread: Success

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    Good to hear. I'm planning on trying for some...

    Good to hear. I'm planning on trying for some crappies tomorrow and maybe keeping a few to eat if I'm sucessful.
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    I'm using a 4 lb. test tippet. Can the Kiyotaki...

    I'm using a 4 lb. test tippet. Can the Kiyotaki take the strain to break the tippet?
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    I'm glad to see there are people over 80 still...

    I'm glad to see there are people over 80 still fly fishing. I just retired last year at 63 and you guys have given me something to shoot for, a reason to get up in the morning, grab a fly rod and...
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    Kiyotaki for Trout

    The past couple of days I've been fishing for stocker trout with the Kiyotaki 18 just to see how it performs with a little bigger fish and I have to report it works great. It handles casting a 1/80th...
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    Thanks Dave. Ice is off most of the lakes and...

    Thanks Dave.
    Ice is off most of the lakes and ponds around here and I have been fishing Crystal Cove across the river in Nebraska a lot. The ice fishing for trout over there was good all winter and...
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    Fishing in a Gale

    I went fishing for about an hour this afternoon just before we were to leave for a church fish fry. The wind was blowing out of the north about 25 mph making casting any more than about 20 feet...
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    Seeing these pictures makes me think "Come on...

    Seeing these pictures makes me think "Come on Spring!"
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    Eagle With a Duck

    Last Tuesday a fly fishing friend and I were at a warm water discharge to see if we could catch something, anything, just to get our lines wet. We ended up not catching any fish but did get some...
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    I've built a super light tenkara rod by gluing...

    I've built a super light tenkara rod by gluing together the broken top sections of a rod I bought from allfishingbuy.com. It doesn't collapse and it does give me a micro fishing rod for the price of...
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    It's refreshing when a new species is discovered...

    It's refreshing when a new species is discovered when so many are in danger of extinction. Gives me a lift. Thanks for sharing.
    BTW I just bought Peterson Field Guide to Freshwater Fish and find...
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    I vote for a recount. August fishing around here...

    I vote for a recount. August fishing around here is usually lousy. Fishing is much better in April, May and June and I demand that five Saturdays and Sundays be inserted into those months! ;-)
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    I retired a few months ago and spent a lot of...

    I retired a few months ago and spent a lot of time fly fishing stocker rainbows at a local urban lake. After the cold weather moved in the water turned hard so then I began drilling holes in it and...
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    Spring Creek Fishing in Nebraska

    I went to Verdigris Creek yesterday with a friend to do a little trout fishing. The temperatures were wonderful but the wind was something else. In spite of this I did manage to catch two nice...
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    If I was down to one fly I think it would be a...

    If I was down to one fly I think it would be a black and grizzly woolly bugger in size 8. I've caught a lot of bass up to 20 inches long as well as many nice bluegills with it.
  18. Uncle Jesse wrote: You wouldn't happen to...

    Uncle Jesse wrote:

    You wouldn't happen to know the species of those invasive crayfish would you?
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    Thanks for the reply sagefisher, I kinda thought...

    Thanks for the reply sagefisher, I kinda thought the trout employed multiple statagies for surviving, or dying as the case may be. When the floods subside I'll be interested in seeing how the trout...
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    I wonder what is happening to the trout during...

    I wonder what is happening to the trout during this horrible event. Are they being washed downstream, suffocated by the silt or just holding in the slower water, suffering but surviving?
  21. I'm wondering if the crayfish population would...

    I'm wondering if the crayfish population would increase or decrease as a trout stream warmed i.e. could the crayfish native to the trout stream adapt? If they increased I would think that would be...
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    Awesome job Dave!

    Awesome job Dave!
  23. Thread: Well... darn

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    Years ago when me and my brothers first started...

    Years ago when me and my brothers first started going out in a boat my dad had all of us always wear a PFD when in a boat and he always wore one himself. I still always wear one even though I have...
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    I read RayBergman's book "Trout" and he calls...

    I read RayBergman's book "Trout" and he calls flies lures lot of times. To me, the line between fly and lure is pretty vague and fuzzy. Although flies are generally made principally of hair, feathers...
  25. Oh crap, the Antarctic ice cap grew this year!...

    Oh crap, the Antarctic ice cap grew this year! I'll have to depend on the Greenland ice sheet melting enough to float my sailing ship in downtown Miami.
    I heard that the level of the ocean even...
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