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Re: Rod Weight.

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gfen wrote:
If I were into fishing splitshot crimped on hooks, you might be right.

Fortunatly, I am not. Still not used to the tippiness, but that'll come in time.



I don't think I understand that statement, but ...

I do build a heavy nymph now and then. :)

And if you are selling, I may be interested.

Posted on: 2011/1/6 22:15


Re: Rod Weight.

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gfen wrote:
If I were into fishing splitshot crimped on hooks, you might be right.

Fortunatly, I am not. Still not used to the tippiness, but that'll come in time.



I don't think I understand that statement, but ...

I do build a heavy nymph now and then. :)

And if you are selling, I may be interested.


Understanding Jerry is just not something to strive for imo.

Posted on: 2011/1/6 22:23


Re: Rod Weight.

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Understanding Jerry is just not something to strive for imo.


“The greatest gift is to give people your enlightenment, to share it. It has to be the greatest.” - Siddhartha. Now stop ruining the beginner forum.

Posted on: 2011/1/6 22:29
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Re: Rod Weight.

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Understanding Jerry is just not something to strive for imo.


“The greatest gift is to give people your enlightenment, to share it. It has to be the greatest.” - Siddhartha. Now stop ruining the beginner forum.


sholgate was fishing before you were born. beginner that.

Posted on: 2011/1/6 23:32


Re: Rod Weight.

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Siddhartha was 35 when he achieved Enlightenment.

Point?

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Re: Rod Weight.

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Siddhartha was 35 when he achieved Enlightenment.

Point?


I am 38 and crazy enlightened.

Posted on: 2011/1/7 0:18


Re: Rod Weight.
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Hey, you two fools with the same Avatar....the beginners forum is for beginners questions and informative and knowledgeable answers from posters. I know you're both are good FFers, help out with an intelligent answer or response and cut the BS. Take it to the OT forum if you must. You guys make me dizzy.

Posted on: 2011/1/7 7:07


Re: Rod Weight.

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Sorry about that.

Posted on: 2011/1/7 10:57


Re: Rod Weight.

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A 3 wt for nymphing? Not criticizing, just surprised. Seems like it would be used under some very specialized nymphing situations. I would be interested in learning when such a system would be useful. May be I'm missing something. Although, tehn again, do I really need another rod? ----- Hell yeah!

Posted on: 2011/1/7 17:02


Re: Rod Weight.

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A 3 wt for nymphing? Not criticizing, just surprised. Seems like it would be used under some very specialized nymphing situations. I would be interested in learning when such a system would be useful. May be I'm missing something. Although, tehn again, do I really need another rod? ----- Hell yeah!


10' 3 and 4 wts are frequently used in new fangled euro/czech nymphing. Search on this site or google.

Posted on: 2011/1/7 22:04


Re: Rod Weight.
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joereese wrote:
A 3 wt for nymphing? Not criticizing, just surprised. Seems like it would be used under some very specialized nymphing situations. I would be interested in learning when such a system would be useful. May be I'm missing something. Although, tehn again, do I really need another rod? ----- Hell yeah!


10' 3 and 4 wts are frequently used in new fangled euro/czech nymphing. Search on this site or google.




I posted this several times. It a small e-book that's a great primer about Euro nymphing. It give the basics on the rigs, techniques and flies for several styles of Euro nymphing.

http://www.bluequillangler.com/site/e ... _nymphing_techniques.html

Posted on: 2011/1/8 6:22


Re: Rod Weight.

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A 3 wt for nymphing? Not criticizing, just surprised.


Some people also just prefer light rods for the small fish on their streams.

Posted on: 2011/1/8 9:38
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Re: Rod Weight.

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joereese wrote:
A 3 wt for nymphing? Not criticizing, just surprised. Seems like it would be used under some very specialized nymphing situations. I would be interested in learning when such a system would be useful. May be I'm missing something. Although, tehn again, do I really need another rod? ----- Hell yeah!


10' 3 and 4 wts are frequently used in new fangled euro/czech nymphing. Search on this site or google.




I posted this several times. It a small e-book that's a great primer about Euro nymphing. It give the basics on the rigs, techniques and flies for several styles of Euro nymphing.

http://www.bluequillangler.com/site/e ... _nymphing_techniques.html


That's a great introduction!

Posted on: 2011/1/8 13:07



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