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 on: Today at 01:02:29 PM 
Started by fish fear me - Last post by clarkii
If you tie your own, get a rite bobbin, use utc thread (for fly tying {really jig tying is like fly tying just with a lead head on it} I avoid uni thread like the plague, horrible breaking strength)

As for marabou, get strung marabou from wapsi.  Never had a problem with it.

 on: Today at 12:27:54 PM 
Started by islanddude - Last post by bigblockfox
its because than he has to store all the photos on his server which cost $$. when you use another site like photo bucket it stores are their server which cost him nothing.

 on: Today at 11:46:42 AM 
Started by islanddude - Last post by islanddude
I went to photo bucket but did not find the forum link. Maybe you have to have a paying account for the link. Too complicated for me. Why not make it simple with an attachment like an email. It has an attachment and options on this site why doesn't it work Rod?

 on: Today at 11:42:31 AM 
Started by Rodney - Last post by dobrolub
Lots of color on that fish. Probably a life-time dweller of that particular pool. They live up to 10 years according to some papers and grow up to 7+ kg. That fish is probably 5 kg.

 on: Today at 11:22:45 AM 
Started by Animal Chin - Last post by tburns
I know this is a link to another forum, but I put this pattern up a number of years (5 or 6?) ago now. It's accounted for hundreds of coho, as well as lots of chinook and chum, pinks and cutties. It originated from the christmas tree fly idea, but I just used whatever materials I had on hand and it's been a real winner ever since. The flash combo also works well on the back of a bead head rolled muddler minnow under the deer hair wing  ;)

thanks for the pattern, will most definitely be copying.

 on: Today at 11:19:19 AM 
Started by cglasgow - Last post by Easywater
Funny story about boat launching.

Went to the Fraser boat launch at Bridgeview Marina a few years ago fishing for pinks with a newbie.

I knew he was eager to help but I didn't want him trying to move the boat in the heavy current.
I told him "don't try to move the boat, we'll do it after I park the truck".

Of course, after I park the truck, I come running back to find the boat sideways in the current and him in the water up to his neck trying to manage the boat.

I mean, there is a dock right there - just keep it pressed up against the dock & I'll fire it up and we'll drive away. But no...

 on: Today at 11:05:16 AM 
Started by Spawn Sack - Last post by Canyon[/img]

 on: Today at 10:55:31 AM 
Started by Spawn Sack - Last post by Canyon

 on: Today at 10:55:00 AM 
Started by Rodney - Last post by Dave
Wow is right!  That fish just might be nearly as old as Dan ;D  Would love to know it's life history.

 on: Today at 09:44:39 AM 
Started by Animal Chin - Last post by clarkii
Beads also help the fly get down sooner.

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