Type: Posts; User: dave potts
Here's a link to a ton of tying areas.
Some good looking grips. I recall seeing some like that in a past issue of Rodmaker magazine.
Thanks Warren. I just talked to David at River Traditions and he said the blank was propriety but the closest he could compare it to was a TFO BVK series. With all the good reviews, I bit the...
Does anyone know what blank the rods are built on? Especially the 5 weight.
That is a good looking rod for only $70 inc. shipping.
Now that's customer service with a capital C. A neat looking vise.
Yep, it's a great book. I was fortunate enough to pick up a first edition copy for $10 at a used book store a few years ago. As I recall, he was the founder, or part of the family, that founded the...
My condolences also. My wife and I will celebrate our 47 th this year.
An excellent video too.
Harbor Freight sells some small scales in various weight capacities for less than $10.
Amazing video. Hard to imagine such a small insect could hold so many eggs.
Looks good. Might try using a small dumbbell in place of the bead so it will ride upright and minimize hangups.
Why not just take the vise head with you to the hardware store and try several sizes till one fits. Then buy several for future use.
Try putting baking soda or activated charcoal in it for a few days.
Nice ties. What brand of box is that?
If you get the World Fishing Network channel, you can view these same videos on your TV. Each episode is repeated several times each week.
I got the same ones that Byron has and have been satisfied with them. The felt sole boots have been banned in Missouri and many other places. I think I paid around $70 for them on sale at Bass Pro.
Yes and it's simple to download. After you download it, bookmark Amazon's sport books on fishing and check it every day as every day they have one to three free books to download. Many don't amount...
Haven't see it but I would be highly suspicious. Sounds like a virus to me.
Being a member here is like pursuing a PHD in flyfishing.
Welcome to the Forum from another Missourian-Mexico,MO
I'm not positive, but I think when TFO rods first came on the market their entry level rod was called Sierra. They sold for around $100 and were nice casting rods.
And it gave an eloquent speech!
Tried to PM you requesting some but your inbox is full.