Thanks for your kind offer Bill. I should be ok now with the links ibookje posted.
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Thanks ibookje! That should do it.ibookje wrote: ↑Tue Apr 21, 2020 5:53 amA few in Europe (where I live):
https://www.lakelandflytying.com/materi ... wire/floss
Let me know if I can help
I just found this today. Sad news. He was always a favorite of mine. During my newbie days, he found me fishing Wagon Tracks Pool during my first opening day on the Beaverkill and included me in his column the next day. A true gentleman.
- Thu Jul 04, 2019 9:58 am
- Forum: The Bar Stool
- Topic: Seven and a half footer recommendation please...
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Personally, I would pick at least a 5-weight for what you’re doing. You might try to find an old Orvis Far & Fine graphite, which is a 7’9” 5-weight.
My first trout was hooked in the Nissequogue River on Long Island, in 1979. It was a brook trout about 11 or 12 inches, taken on a Quill Gordon dry. Except for the fact that I dropped it after 10 or 15 seconds, it was a perfect experience and I was hooked for life. If I had to pick the most memorabl...