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Saturday, May 25, 2019
Drove up to Palatka this morning to check out the Blue Crab Festival and ended up discovering a small fly shop! Young Outfitters opened in January of this year on Palatka's Second Street and carries an assortment of kayaks, rods and reels (fly and conventional), flies and lures, and a selection of hats and tshirts. They also offer classes and gear rentals! Check them out if you're ever in the area!
Friday, May 24, 2019
Memorial Day Weekend 2019
Looking forward to enjoying some water, the Blue Crab Festival and some charred meat on this Memorial Day weekend! How about you?
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Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Planning to do some section hiking this summer!
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Labels: backpacking, be an outsider, Data Book, FL Outdoors, Florida Trail, flyfishing, get outside, hike, hiking, long trail, maps, National Scenic Trail, Odds N' Ends, patch, section hiking, Take A Hike
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
MCFF Tying Meeting - 20 May 2019
Finally made it back to an MCFF Tying Meeting last night! Emmet Pizzo ran an in-depth class on hollow-tied baitfish patterns. He started out with hook selection and variations, then covered tying thread, weed guards, fur and material options, making 3-D eyes and different head cement choices. The class tied along as Emmet walked through the steps of tying this productive psuedo-fur baitfish. I'd say, no matter the tying level, everyone in the class learned something last night! I need to practice a few more (I'm obviously very rusty!), then tie a whole box of different variations!
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Monday, May 20, 2019
Surf Casting Practice
Waiting for the line to straighten to start the second haul. The double haul and tension method are essential to surf casting, especially when casting into the wind.
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Labels: ARC Fishing, Beach, Casting Practice, double haul, FL Outdoors, Florida State Parks, flyfishing, Redington Path, saltwater, Sebastian Inlet, Surf, Tension Casting, The Suburban Angler
Sunday, May 19, 2019
I said I'd never do it.
I said I'd never do it. But, I needed a budget saltwater reel in a hurry. So, I did it. Worst part is, I had to get it from Amazon to get it in time! Would anyone be interested in a First Cast video of the Redington Behemoth? Or, have you seen it enough already?
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Saturday, May 18, 2019
Had a great late afternoon paddle yesterday. No fish caugh, but lots of wildlife observed. . #Kayak #kayaking #kayakflorida #kayakflyfishing #saltwaterflyfishing #PaddleFlorida #paddling #flyfishing #TheSuburbanAngler
Had a great late afternoon paddle yesterday. No fish caught, but lots of wildlife observed.
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Friday, May 17, 2019
Out Of Office
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Labels: atlantic ocean, Beach, beach casting, beach vacation, Casting Practice, FLOutdoors, Odds N' Ends, Out Of Office, saltwater, saltwater flyfishing, surf flyfishing, The Suburban Angler
Monday, May 13, 2019
Good Mornin' Folks!
Good Mornin' Folks! Cloudy sunrise view over the Halifax River from the fitness center after 2.5 miles on the dreadmill!
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Labels: altitude conditioning, camping, Denver, dreadmill, Florida To Colorado, flyfishing, gym view, Halifax River, ICAST 2019, IFTD 2019, Odds N' Ends, Orlando, sunrise, The Suburban Angler, trip prep
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