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Back again...

It's been a while since I last posted. All is well health wise. I was able to get quite a bit of practice with the fly equipment last year. I have a friend with a small pond that is stocked with little bass and crappie. A lot of fun catching the little ones.

Spent the winter also practicing tying flies. Tied one last August that looks like a yellow dun that caught 8 bluegill in twenty minutes at one the local lakes.

I'm looking forward to getting out even more this year!
 

solitario lupo

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Now its time to go after the bigger 1s haha. If your looking for an all around fly, tie yourself up some clousers. Get into some carp you will have a blast, use some black or brown wooly buggers. Ive been tying up flies for a couple years now so if you need anything just shoot.
 
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