Stay safe and warm.
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Stay safe and warm.
Welcome! I know you will enjoy it here.
I love the Brown Hackle Peacock! I also caught my first trout on it (after many small sunfish and chubs). The Grey Hackle Peacock is also great. I think raibowchaser summed up the answer to your...
The biggest difference (other than weight and price) is that non lead seems more 'brittle' to me. Not significant, but noticeable.
Merry Christmas to each of you!
It's always fun to get to know new waters. Enjoy!
Congratulations and good luck on the move. What part of Michigan are you in? Plenty of great water in that state. I lived in Michigan years ago and still make it back to fish now and then.
Nothing beats being satisfied with a purchase!
Check out Puukko Cutlery's web site, www.puukkocutlery.com/ . I have a couple of different puukkos that I'm quite fond of.
Oh where, oh where were these 50 years ago!!
Pheasant tail nymph
green Copper John
Woodcock and Herl
Elk Hair Caddis
Grouse and green
Nice way to end the season!
A 'Game Changer' coloured to match a perch should do the job.
I don't know why these rumors of trout in the Black Hills persist. Any fool should be able to see that there are nothing but chubs and dace in those waters!
I've owned a 17' Grumman for over 30 years with those same brackets. Never new what they were for! Thanks for clearing up the mystery!!
I have a colonoscopy scheduled for early next week, you really nailed the experience!! Laughed 'till I cried!
It's possible that you scraped it a little more than you needed to and got some of the hair roots. For squirrel tails I generally just rub some borax into the end (where it attached to the squirrel)...
Looks like a mighty fine catch on a nice day to me!
Congratulations, White Wolf! I'm fighting the same battle. Since last August, I have lost 26# and brought my A1C down from 6.3 to 5.7. As the doctor pointed out, this doesn't mean I'm out of the...
Happy birthday to Warren!
I own a 6wt BII-MX and I find it to be a nice smallmouth rod and throw streamers with it for browns on mid to larger rivers. Wouldn't be my first pick for a trout rod on smaller streams.
Reminds me of a card of 'Bass Flies' that hung in the local Western Auto back in about 1961. Priced at $0.25, they were beyond my reach, but I loved to go down there and stare at them and dream!
Keeping Warren and his family i my prayers.
A merry Christmas to you, as well! And a merry Christmas to all!!
Nice tye for the season! Can't help thinking, '' I'll bet you could catch a fish on that!''