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Wow! You must be living right. I've long said that there are only two kinds of anglers: those who have driven off with a rod on the roof, and those that will someday drive off with a rod on the roof. Like you, I try to always put the rod away before doing anything else, but there are sometimes circu...
That’s an odd statement. I think if you took a poll on how many members enjoyed the pictures you would likely be the only one who doesn’t. I can't say that I find that pictures of fish add a whole lot to post, unless they're somehow special or unusual fish. I enjoy Ed's underwater shots, and shots ...
- Mon Apr 08, 2019 5:54 pm
- Forum: The Unnaturals
- Topic: Sage 389LL...finest dry fly rod ever?
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Does anyone else use a level line besides me? Do they even make them anymore? I haven't used one in decades, but at one time it was all I could afford. They work perfectly well. SA still sells a level AirCel line. And of course, there are lots of them sold as running line in a Skagit or Scandi setup.
You just used the word 'hip' in a sentence; that's awesome. I don't think I'm old enough to have used it in conversation before it was consigned to the graveyard of slang along with 'groovy', 'boss', and 'bitchin''. Keep on chooglin', brother! I hear the word the word (and especially it's derivativ...
If Bill's e-mail hasn't answered your questions, let me know. There are a number of good streams in the state, some better known than others, and some closer to Fredrick than others. (I live just east of there, and would be happy to show them to you.)