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Brownliners rejoice

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Orvis has just made brownlining mainstream first they were sending out ads in the mail with people doing a grip and grin with carp and now this new book .

http://www.amazon.com/The-Orvis-Guide ... keywords=fly+fishing+carp

Posted on: 2013/6/22 6:04
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Re: Brownliners rejoice

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Are you kidding me? Did you see the photo on the cover? Looks like the guys is releasing that carpus into a pristine New Zealand river! GET REAL! The water should looks like old coffee with two creamers. Maybe a tire in the background, and either a condom or a syringe floating nearby.

Posted on: 2013/6/22 6:19
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DaveS wrote:
Are you kidding me? Did you see the photo on the cover? Looks like the guys is releasing that carpus into a pristine New Zealand river! GET REAL! The water should looks like old coffee with two creamers. Maybe a tire in the background, and either a condom or a syringe floating nearby.

Yep

Posted on: 2013/6/22 8:30
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Re: Brownliners rejoice

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I like carp fly fishing... I find them to be more challenging than trout on most occasions.

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I always think its weird to see carp in clear water like they have out west.

They must be good eating out there.

Posted on: 2013/6/22 14:40
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Re: Brownliners rejoice

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DaveS wrote:
Are you kidding me? Did you see the photo on the cover? Looks like the guys is releasing that carpus into a pristine New Zealand river! GET REAL! The water should looks like old coffee with two creamers. Maybe a tire in the background, and either a condom or a syringe floating nearby.


Dave you need to go fishing .

Posted on: 2013/6/22 14:58
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Re: Brownliners rejoice

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Books really good im about half way through it already and got it yesterday, I would recommend it anyone who wants to fish for carp

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Re: Brownliners rejoice

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For those of you who knock it, please continue to do so and stand elbow to elbow fighting over a 12 inch stockie while the rest of us who live on the other side walk miles of river fishing for 15lb spooky, selective, and challenging fish that can remind us why we paid money for a machined fly reel with a stout drag system and plenty of room for backing! (yeah... backing, that's the dacron stuff under your fly line that most of you haven't seen since it was spooled on for you at the fly shop!

And yes... I am aware that was a run on sentence!

Posted on: 2013/7/1 12:46
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Re: Brownliners rejoice

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a bit late

"brown-lining" went mainstream like 4 + yrs ago when it was in the wall street journal and Forbes


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Re: Brownliners rejoice

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No in 2008 it was called taking a dump in regards to the market.


Hoping to get out to hit my local carp spot sometime soon. I'm going to toss my musky flies at the mouth of the stream too to hopefully get lucky.

Posted on: 2013/7/1 18:11
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Re: Brownliners rejoice

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Funny thing is, you don't have to "brownline" to fish on carp. There are plenty of "trout streams" that have resident carp populations. The fact that they can thrive in crappy water makes them good candidates for degraded waterways, but they certainly can live just about anywhere.

After tying into one this past weekend, I can say that I will be making them a focus of future warmwater trips. To see my 8wt bend like that....yeah. Good stuff!

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Amen WG!

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Re: Brownliners rejoice

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a bit late

"brown-lining" went mainstream like 4 + yrs ago when it was in the wall street journal and Forbes




Most didn't get that memo

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Re: Brownliners rejoice

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I like stepping on trout that are daintily sipping tricos to cast at 10 pound carp. The reaction from trout guys is absolutely hysterical... but seriously when its 90 degrees out its a good idea to give the trout a break and target carp, bass and other ww creatures.

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I like stepping on trout that are daintily sipping tricos to cast at 10 pound carp. The reaction from trout guys is absolutely hysterical...


Done that many times! They're casting their little nymphs and dries to trout while I'm scanning the shallows with my 8wt. The looks are priceless.

Posted on: 2013/7/7 15:57



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