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    34" Fish from Thursday on a 7wt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthernWake View Post
    34" Fish from Thursday on a 7wt.

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    Very nice fish. We still need to get you out on some mountain trout, let me know if you are going to be in the area this spring and we can put a date on the calendar.

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    Nice

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    Looks like some real fun.
    Worship the LORD, not HIS creation.

    "No self respecting turkey hunter would pay $5 for a call that makes a good sound when he can buy a custom call for $80 and get the same sound."-NWiles

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    Got a little merg flank and a bunch of woodie if you could use some for tying.
    Worship the LORD, not HIS creation.

    "No self respecting turkey hunter would pay $5 for a call that makes a good sound when he can buy a custom call for $80 and get the same sound."-NWiles

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spur hunter View Post
    Got a little merg flank and a bunch of woodie if you could use some for tying.
    Thank you but I collect too much already off birds I shoot.

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    Refilling the box this morning thanks to all the rain

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    Oh and a recent fish

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    Beaufort is a special place. I have a shallow water rig ready to roll now. My daughters will be catching topwater reds in just a few months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by led0321 View Post
    Beaufort is a special place. I have a shallow water rig ready to roll now. My daughters will be catching topwater reds in just a few months.
    Big tides and fish down there. This guy came off a tiny feeder creek on Paris Island last fall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthernWake View Post
    Big tides and fish down there. This guy came off a tiny feeder creek on Paris Island last fall.

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    Yep. You can wade fish off the base down there and hit some of the best flats around. Paddle board life...

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    This weather calls for tying flies and patching up the worst of the oyster rash on the bottom of the boat.

    A few of each of these patterns to get started

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    I had the privilege of fishing the last few days with an 86 year young fly only angler. He still gets up on the bow, throws a tight loop, and catches fish. I can only hope I am able to do the same.

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    Awesomeness!

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    Where'd you get your casting platform?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Palmetto Bug View Post
    Where'd you get your casting platform?
    Made by Blue Point in FL, originally for a HB.

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    Nice pictures. Which fly line is that bright orange (maybe pinkish) line? Looks like that’d be real easy to see.

    Really like those flies too, which hook is that first one tied on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fowlshot View Post
    Nice pictures. Which fly line is that bright orange (maybe pinkish) line? Looks like that’d be real easy to see.

    Really like those flies too, which hook is that first one tied on?
    First fly is tied on an Umpqua

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    Orange line is a Rio Bonefish Quickshooter. Heavy front taper for loading quick shots which is great for most redfish scenarios. It also has better loop stability than most shooting head lines.
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    Awesome, thanks. I currently have a rio bonefish I’m looking to replace as it’s been showing some good wear the last few months. Might try that one out next

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    Quote Originally Posted by fowlshot View Post
    Awesome, thanks. I currently have a rio bonefish I’m looking to replace as it’s been showing some good wear the last few months. Might try that one out next
    I have that and flats pro in 8 weights laying around off reels if you want to try either out before you buy.

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    This one loafed around long enough for me to get the phone out this morning.


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