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Re: transition to watercraft question
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Okay, Derek and Little Fred vs Andy and Tom for a 12 pack of Pottsville's finest; with Dave W as the River Moderator. We'll have to find a date that works for all of us.

Posted on: 8/5 14:21


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Already started tying . Tying is all that more enjoyable when it's going to make the guy that called you little buy the 12 pack of your choice
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Already started tying . Tying is all that more enjoyable when it's going to make the guy that called you little buy the 12 pack of your choice
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^ Cute fly...little guy

Will bring home the beer with this here ↓



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Posted on: 8/6 9:57


Re: transition to watercraft question
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Dave W has to check out Derek's boat to verify he has removed his Zebco outfit and pack of sili worms he keeps stashed in the hidden compartment....

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The Zebco outfit is my daughter's, you knucklehead. I use Shimano when I venture to the dark side. And make sure you buy the beers in cans. I hate to have to drink bottles on my boat. And keep them cold, for chrissakes.

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Recon float with the assassin and stimey today.

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Re: transition to watercraft question
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^ that's what I'm talkin' about!!

Posted on: 8/7 5:54


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Nice fishes but .............. wrong rod and wrong teammate

Posted on: 8/7 7:24
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Excellent!

There's a new thread in Events - Rumble on the River - to continue this planned event...and further "discussion."

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Posted on: 8/7 7:57


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Yeah, Andy--don't let Tom see the rod your nephew is using or he'll doubt your sincerity with the long rod. He's like that, you know. I think Tom doesn't like it when folks use spinning rods for bass, because then he has to see all the big fish in the river that he can't catch with his fly rod.... that's why, on occasion, I'm not above "taking the river's temperature" (rectally) with the spinning gear. Sometimes you need to know it's really you, not the fish. In my experience I've found it's almost always you (or me) and never the fish.

Posted on: 8/7 15:45


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I have a kayak available to me at anytime, a canoe, a 12 ft v hull and a 14.5 ft wooden homemade jon boat. The kayak is good for a quick evening adventure but I wont spend more than a few hrs in one. no matter what I try and do with the seat eventually I get uncomfortable enough to call it. I actually find with an aftermarket seat canoes are more comfortable than kayaks. I would always prefer my jon boat though. Stable as hell, can stand on the seat to cast if you want or up front on the casting deck. can bring whatever you want like my dog a cooler with food water beer, a buddy etc. Perhaps the thing I like most about it though is that I can load everything at home back the trailer in launch the boat and go. Just my two cents but hard to beat an actual boat for me and with stuff like facebook sale groups and craigslist you can prob get one cheaper than a good fishing kayak.

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As you can see there is no single boat that can do it all. You must own many boats. Of course they will sit in the backyard with grass growing up around them most of the time but they will be ready when you need them.
The best boats are the ones that someone else is rowing so that they can position you on all the good spots.

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