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Saturday, October 27, 2018
Sure looked fishy!
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Labels: bass flyfishing, Better Luck Tomorrow, Couldnt Buy A Bite, fly fish FL, flyfishing, Odds N' Ends, Suburban Angling, Thats Why They Call It Fishing, warmwater flyfishing, Wasnt Holding My Tongue Right
Friday, October 26, 2018
Seems like I've been ready for this for a while now!
Seems like I've been ready for this for a while now! A cool front is to push through tonight giving Central Florida some pseudo-fall, ideal camping temps! Just hope it doesn't put the bass and bluegill down because there's some very fishy looking water here!!
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Sunday, October 21, 2018
I had to spend some money in my FSA last month, so I decided it was a good time to update and upgrade my first aid kits. I ordered three kits from Adventure Medical. The yellow is the Ultralight and Watertight .5 that'll be shared between my sling pack and kayak bag. The blue is the Mountain Series Fundamentals kit that'll stay in the truck. And, the Orange bag is the Sportsman Series Grizzly that I'll keep in the camper. I always feel better having a good FAK handy!!
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Labels: Adventure Medical, camper, camping, fak, First Aid, first aid kit, flyfishing, Fundamentals, Grizzly, kayak, kayaking, Mountain Series, Odds N' Ends, Sportsman Series, truck, Ultralight Watertight
Monday, October 15, 2018
Good spot for a pipe break and to formulate a game plan! Study the water, rocks and cover. Mentally break the stream into unique zones. Fish each zone methodically. Lather. Rinse. Repeat.
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Labels: flyfishing, Mountain Streams, north Georgia, Odds N' Ends, Pipe Break, Ready To Go Back, small flies, small stream, small stream flyfishing, Suburban Angling, trout fishing, wild trout
Monday, October 08, 2018
Casting the Mauser Waterman 486
I was very impressed casting the Mauser Waterman 486 while I was in North Georgia! Testing will continue and video and write up will be posted as soon as I can get to it! Give @mauserflyfishing a follow and check them out if you haven't already.
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Labels: 4 weight, ARC Fishing, Aspen Reels, fly gear, fly line, fly rod, flyfishing, gear review, leader, Mauser Fly Fishing, north Georgia, Odds N' Ends, Risen Fly, Rod On A Log, rod review, tippet, Waterman 486
Sunday, October 07, 2018
Put My Ty-Rite, Jr. To Work!
Had the chance to put my Ty-Rite, Jr. to work on some size 14 Elk Hair Caddis! Makes it so much easier to hold on to small flies without crushing the fur or feathers.
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Saturday, October 06, 2018
Probably just creek chubs
Wish I had more time here, I love exploring these beautiful places. Unfortunately, with the small window of time I had to fish, the trout were being very uncooperative. Got a few strikes, but nothing to hand. Probably just creek chubs anyway.
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Labels: beautiful, creek, creek chub, equipment testing, explore, flyfishing, get outside, new water, north Georgia, Odds N' Ends, product reviews, small stream, Still Amazing, trout, trout fishing, Unicoi Outfitters
Friday, October 05, 2018
Mind Your Back Cast!
One of life's simple pleasures! It was nice getting a fly stuck in the rhododendron again.
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Labels: flyfishing, Mind Your Back Cast, ngto, North Georgia Flyfishing, Odds N' Ends, Product Testing, rhododendron, Simple Pleasures, small stream, tree fishing, trout, trout fishing
Thursday, October 04, 2018
One of the cool parts of attending this year's Orvis Down The Hatch was getting to sample Sweetwater Brewing Company's new Guide Beer!! A smooth, easy drinking lager, 4% ABV, perfect for cooling down after a hot float on the water. And, one of the nicest things I've heard in a while, 11% of all sales will go into a Guide Fund. Guides who have been injured or affected by natural disaters will be able to apply for a grant from the fund to help them get through hard times. Way to go, Sweetwater!!!!
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Labels: beer, Coming February 2019, flyfishing, Guide Beer, Guide Fund, Guiding Aint Easy, Lager, New Beer, Odds N' Ends, Support Your Local Fishing Guides, Sweetwater Brewing Company
About to get underway!
The 2018 Orvis Down the Hatch Fly Fishing Festival is about to get underway!
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Labels: Chattahoochee River Keepers, Fly Fishing Festival, flyfishing, flyfishing films, Odds N' Ends, Orvis, Orvis Down The Hatch, raffles, silent auction, The Metropolitan Club
Tuesday, October 02, 2018
They're All Travel Rods If You Travel With Them!
I'm glad Ram was thoughtful enough to put fly rod storage under the back seat, but I'm not sure it's going to suit my needs much longer!
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