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Old 07-23-2011, 10:18 AM   #21
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LOL that is hilarious!!!
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Old 07-23-2011, 06:24 PM   #22
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I had a short while where I was dreaming of becoming a pro bass fisherman ....it was short lived. Ill stick to recreational
Haha I just do it for the fun. And I learn a lot from the guys who I fish against.
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Old 07-23-2011, 06:36 PM   #23
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I fish a lot, but not as much this year as in the past for some reason. I normally fly fish unless I am using something like live/chunk bait. Normally catch: bluegill, bass, catfish, river redhorse, etc. Also enjoy fishing in the Smoky Mountains for native brook trout.
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I fish a lot, but not as much this year as in the past for some reason. I normally fly fish unless I am using something like live/chunk bait. Normally catch: bluegill, bass, catfish, river redhorse, etc. Also enjoy fishing in the Smoky Mountains for native brook trout.
whats the little one?
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It is a native Smoky Mountain Brook Trout. Most of the ones caught in the Smoky Mountains average about 5-7", so the one pictured is a bit small. I will put up a picture of the stream I was fishing. The stream was 10-15' wide at most and only 1-2' deep. It can be difficult trying to get the fly to go where you want without catching a tree!
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Old 07-23-2011, 08:35 PM   #26
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It is a native Smoky Mountain Brook Trout. Most of the ones caught in the Smoky Mountains average about 5-7", so the one pictured is a bit small. I will put up a picture of the stream I was fishing. The stream was 10-15' wide at most and only 1-2' deep. It can be difficult trying to get the fly to go where you want without catching a tree!
ahhh,ok,very cool. ive never been fly fishing,but have caught trees lots
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I love fly fishing. I'm out of practice tho
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Since I have started fly fishing, I can hardly use a spinning rod any more. I get birds nests and all the other inherent problems with spinning fishing. I know a fly rod will outfish a spinning rod any day, as long as the fisherman knows what he is doing
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Its really a lot more versatile in my opinion. It's hard for me to cast far tho
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Since I have started fly fishing, I can hardly use a spinning rod any more. I get birds nests and all the other inherent problems with spinning fishing. I know a fly rod will outfish a spinning rod any day, as long as the fisherman knows what he is doing
Always wanted to try it ever since I saw river runs through it.
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