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Re: Calling salt "fin"attics

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Here is some fish pictures from Florida caught on flies.

http://www.onlyonafly.com/Photo_Gallery.html

Seemed like alot of bleeding.

Posted on: 2009/11/26 12:09
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Re: Calling salt "fin"attics

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Liked the 'cudas! The dolphin are just a pretty fish IMO...

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Re: Calling salt "fin"attics

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oops

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Re: Calling salt "fin"attics

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King and a Cobia have always been on my list.

In particular, a king like this one:
http://www.onlyonafly.com/image/35007987.jpg

Posted on: 2009/11/26 22:36


Re: Calling salt "fin"attics
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Saltwater fish often bleed more when caught due to their greater muscle and supporting vascular physiology around their jaws. This is particularly true for oily pelagics like bluefish, tunas, kings, and 'hoos. Of course, some of the fish in the photos are clearly the handiwork of the Man in the Brown Suit.

Posted on: 2009/11/26 22:50


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Once again Hilarous! Totally random.

I believe that in one of those pictures (7th from the bottom) is Bob from International Angler (fly shop Pittsburgh area).

How funny! I was'nt exactly sure about it- but upon my second look I noticed that his fishing partner had a Penguins hat on- and that sealed it for me.

I am amazed how small the world is.

Posted on: 2009/11/27 8:43
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Re: Calling salt "fin"attics

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Paul, that proves nothing. He could just be a run of the mill idiot pens fan.

Posted on: 2009/11/27 10:30


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Paul, that proves nothing. He could just be a run of the mill idiot pens fan.



NICE !!!!!!

Posted on: 2009/11/27 11:37
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Re: Calling salt "fin"attics

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The Pens are getting players back now and I see your team is on a downward slide. Keep dreaming.

Nonetheless- my needle in a haystack still stands.

Jay- you would be better severed in those general threads where people ask for fishing spots. You could be a fish pimp.

Posted on: 2009/11/28 8:39
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I don't know how these guys do this stuff in kayaks- the standing part. Guess you just get used to it.

I have a hard time just standing in the streams sometimes.

Anybody do the standing casting?



Just saw this kayak. It has retractable outriggers so you can stand up in it. Very clever and it looks great, but price not listed.

http://www.kayakangleronline.com/comp ... -freedom-hawk-kayaks.html

Posted on: 2009/12/2 16:21


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Afish- no lack of gadgetry, huh?

Became aware of these types of things a week or 2 ago on the florida sportsman site. On that site, these types of things got mixed reviews.

I can see that it might be benefical if you lived on water where you could really get alot of use out of it and or practiced enough where you could become good at it.


Just don't think that standing up thing is for me- plus once you drop $3000 on the boat and accoutrements it starts to get prohibative. Plus the wind and tides are going to have a say if one will be able to stand anyway.

Again, if I lived on a canal or close by to the bays in Florida I would own a fishing kayak. I like being able to get around to spots-then getting out and wading.

Flyfishing goes on forever!

Posted on: 2009/12/2 17:52
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I bought a Hobie Maui yak second hand, really cheap. Put a decent seat, a fly rod holder, a spinning rod holder and an anchor into it. Only used it locally twice. I take it to the beach and to my in-laws who live on a lake in Va. We have a sound side house this summer so I hope to get a lot more use than usual out of it. This is like mine but mine is orange. Some guys have theirs so decked out they look like they should fly.

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Salt water fly fishing is under utilized. It is a limitless horizon for me. I look forward to learning more about it- and look forward even more to catching some darn fishes.

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Re: Calling salt "fin"attics

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Akid, have you bee over to the http://outerbanksflyfishing.com site?

He has a ton of info and the forum there is great.

Posted on: 2009/12/3 13:37


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I'm getting one of these

Posted on: 2009/12/3 21:40
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