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Fly Shops and Guides / GOPC Greensboro. Deal???
« Last post by Woolly Bugger on May 11, 2017, 12:11:12 PM »
1/2 off on rotary fly dryer , now $25.00

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Fly Shops and Guides / Wyoming Fly Fishing at its Finest with Owl Creek Flies
« Last post by fishopolis on July 29, 2015, 15:48:53 PM »
Custom hand tied flies for trout & steelhead and guide service on Wyoming's Bighorn River and beyond!  We offer quality flies, guides and fish. Check us out  at www.owlcreekflies.com
www.bighornriverfishingreport.blogspot.com
Bighorndrifters@gmail.com
307-480-8457
823 Warren Street
Thermopolis, Wyoming 82443
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Fly Shops and Guides / shuttle service on south holston river
« Last post by soho shuttle on March 04, 2014, 01:38:28 AM »
hello to you all... my name is Ronnie Sells and i have started a shuttle service on south holston this year.Please feel free to email me or call me at 423 737 7767 and i can tell you more about our rates and the ramps we service.Hope you all have a great year on the water.You can email us at sohoshuttle@yahoo.com.... thx
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Fly Shops and Guides / Re: Acklins Island Bonefishing
« Last post by flatlander on January 08, 2014, 18:47:35 PM »
Or at least it did until some fuck from Montana told everybody.



Fackin' Douche   p;-

Worst kept secret ever.  I've been esoterically hearing about the "secret bonefishing destination" amidst fly fishing circle for about 5 years now.  I swear it is like Gabbo.  I'm guessing it is the equivalent of Daniel Ridge in WNC.  "Everybody knows about the Davidson, but the real secret spot is Daniel Ridge."  Translation:  I'm a douchebag dimwit who doesn't know shit about fly fishing WNC outside of the D and DH streams.  But I really wish I could separate myself from all of those other douchebags, so I am going to act like the upper D is some sort of locals secret that I'll only share with you.

Acklins is 3rd world.  I've been twice.  There were no lodges at the time.  Can't speak for this outfit.  Lots of small bones and very few people.  A wader's paradise.
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Fly Shops and Guides / Re: Acklins Island Bonefishing
« Last post by benben reincarnated on December 30, 2013, 09:53:07 AM »
I looked at the website, that ain't cheap, I don't care what anyone says.

Oh, and fuck the Davidson, and fuck natives, specks, speckles, or whatever your favorite hillbilly chooses to call them.
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Fly Shops and Guides / Re: Acklins Island Bonefishing
« Last post by Big J on December 29, 2013, 11:29:14 AM »
What kind of trout is a 'native' trout?

I heard that once stockers are in a stream for a while, they "git native".  :laugh:
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Fly Shops and Guides / Re: Acklins Island Bonefishing
« Last post by RiverbumCO on December 29, 2013, 07:21:02 AM »
Two Shay
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Fly Shops and Guides / Re: Acklins Island Bonefishing
« Last post by snagaluffaguss on December 29, 2013, 00:04:11 AM »
What kind of trout is a 'native' trout?

Depends on how old you are.
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Fly Shops and Guides / Re: Acklins Island Bonefishing
« Last post by RiverbumCO on December 28, 2013, 22:53:56 PM »
What kind of trout is a 'native' trout?
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Fly Shops and Guides / Re: Acklins Island Bonefishing
« Last post by The Dude on December 28, 2013, 10:23:23 AM »
Or at least it did until some fuck from Montana told everybody.



Fackin' Douche   p;-

Worst kept secret ever.  I've been esoterically hearing about the "secret bonefishing destination" amidst fly fishing circle for about 5 years now.  I swear it is like Gabbo.  I'm guessing it is the equivalent of Daniel Ridge in WNC.  "Everybody knows about the Davidson, but the real secret spot is Daniel Ridge."  Translation:  I'm a douchebag dimwit who doesn't know shit about fly fishing WNC outside of the D and DH streams.  But I really wish I could separate myself from all of those other douchebags, so I am going to act like the upper D is some sort of locals secret that I'll only share with you.
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