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  2. Yeah fishing in the rain doesn't help.... either buy new or maintain.
  3. that ultra rig may be of help on a worm variation. since the braid and tubing would be flexible ,tying my worm would place the hook in the middle,or rear half of the fly.
  4. Last week
  5. Have not played with this particular rig, but had tried something similar. I used a streamer hook, tied a AFW Surflon Micro Supreme 20lbs loop to connect a size 2 Octopus hook. After finishing tying the fly I cut the hook point of the streamer hook.
  6. Seems like I spend a lot of time fishing underwater the water. This shimano reel has seals On each side of the handle and a seal by the rotor. There’s also no anti-reverse switch so one less place for water to get in. I’ll probably tear it up this is why we can’t have nice things.
  7. What are you doing to tear up up those reels? No personal experience but most reviews I've read on boards have been very very positive.
  8. Does anybody have experience with these reels I just purchased one. I continue to burn through Reels as usual. I’ll keep you posted.
  9. We all were having such a nice time, nobody thought to pull out a camera! Thanks to everyone who came out.
  10. WOW this was one of the best pizza parties we have had yet. Twenty two members came out to enjoy some good pizza and even better camaraderie. I was particulary pleased to see some fresh faces and make some new acquaintances. Thanks to all that came out.
  11. I won't be able to make the pizza party after all, darn it.
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  13. Rob, Where are you? Colin, There is a member of the Bloomington Firehouse Tyers that uses French's invention.
  14. When will the 2020 blowout tickets go on-sale ? thanks Jim
  15. I want to know if any one had experience with a rig kit called an ultra rig. I think people who bass with baitcasters with bass jigs is an example some can relate too. As some may know my tying is getting more wide every year. Meaning my flies I tie and different styles of flies expands every year I tie. So with that being said. I've been tying traditional steelhead/ salmon style flies and used some to catch largemouth and small mouth bass. But this year my interest is in things like trout spey, swing flies, shank flies, things of that nature. I was wondering if anyone on here who tie flies and jigs to see if anyone has tied these style of flies for bass. I'll put a link to the video of the ultra rig. Thanks everyone have a great day.
  16. Glad to see that you will be there, I look forward to seeing you.
  17. I missed blowout but I will give this a go....first timer
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