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- Wed Jan 13, 2021 4:40 pm
- Forum: The Bar Stool
- Topic: New regulations in region 3
- Replies: 33
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I read a few hundred of them last night a lot of valid points. A few I knew of and most I didn’t. I also submitted one a while back as a new resident I felt obligated to voice myself. Hope it’s all for the best of the sport because that’s what it is to me ....not a business .
- Wed Dec 30, 2020 10:09 am
- Forum: The Bar Stool
- Topic: Seeking help with fishing camp mouse problem.
- Replies: 15
- Views: 1414
the only way you are going to REDUCE the invasion is to attack all perimeters hard , exterior entry points rodent block expanding foam . Fix all doors & windows tight with new locking hinges & gaskets , remove all & any food crumbs, vacuum up , get rid of blankets ,pillows ,bed sheets then you can s...
bb It looks like a mustad #10 3xl or a #8 standard, light wire. The quill is condor, hackle is medium speckled dun. The old timer who gave it to me told me the fish were feeding on damsel flies.... When I was younger, and didn't know too much, it seemed like the older guys (and gals)would always te...
- Wed Dec 16, 2020 10:23 am
- Forum: Streamers & Bucktails
- Topic: Betters' Mini-Muddler
- Replies: 1
- Views: 529
" and then pull the Mini-Muddler under water allowing it to rise back to the surface like a hatching insect " That I like very much ,always learning here Ed thanks for sharing
Not just Trout but many fish species are taken more than once . On my local resivour I jig hooked this LMB twice in the same week same craw jig . That 7.8 LMB had the right eye damaged . Also caught a Striper twice ( tagged) in the same season at the same mouth of CT river . My belief is that fish w...
Ed I've been out with a few SGM members & few non members ( travel separate cars of course ) & much more solo trips , continuing to go thru the winter more this year. My bucktail streamer with a touch of pink has been ready & active on the water already using = Orvis 7' Trout PolyLeader Maybe I'll r...
I'm in the market for a new pair of breathable stockingfoot waders. My current gear is the Orvis Clearwater ($200). They lasted two years, but now have small leaks in both legs. I'll try to patch them over the winter. In general, will the pricier models last proportionately longer? I guess I'm OK w...