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Ray-finned Fishes

Started by OldDominionAngler, April 22, 2010, 22:21:38 PM

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OldDominionAngler

April 22, 2010, 22:21:38 PM Last Edit: April 22, 2010, 23:28:35 PM by OldDominionAngler

I've been waiting for the opportunity to lace up some new sinking line.  That opportunity presented itself today and it turns out the damn thing works.
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Then came home and retied to compensate for all the flies I left buried in the rocks.  You want hippie brew?  I'm a sucker for micros in cans.
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The shad are at full force on the Potomac, and I'm glad I got out because another opportunity seems far off. 

CR

Sinking lines take some getting used to but are the way to go for deeper water. it is great being able to use less weight and lighter flies. Nice Shad- much bigger than our local variety.

"I Feel God In This Chili's Tonight"

Get Bent

Damn those things look similar to Tarpon!

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Konichiwa Bitches!

MFTG

Nice, they've already boogied on outta the James.


Trout Chaser

Nice!!  I need to make another trip down to the Rapp before they are finished.  Hope to get into a few Rock Fish also.

TC


blue ridge angler


croaker

Good to see some Shad caught...

I am Shadless for the first time in 15 years  :embarassed:  o-o

-you can't conquer a free man; the most you can do is kill him.  Robert A. Heinlein.

MFTG

Quote from: croaker on April 27, 2010, 21:10:23 PM

Good to see some Shad caught...

I am Shadless for the first time in 15 years  :embarassed:  o-o

You better get your azz up to Richmond next March or early April.  You'll break that streak in no time!



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