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Post 05 Nov 2021, 05:02 • #976 
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Joined: 07/19/17
Posts: 6
Location: Australia, Lithgow NSW
I live just west of the Blue Mountains west of Sydney Australia.
Home waters include rivers and still water reservoirs and lakes for trout and native perch such as murray River cod and golden perch With an elevation of 800m just over 2500 feet we have a great semi alpine winter climate here so historically its been always promoted as having great trout fishing for both brown and rainbow trout.


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Post 01 Dec 2021, 00:22 • #977 
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Joined: 11/23/21
Posts: 2
Im from North Texas. I fish mostly the local lakes and rivers, for warmwater fish, such as Largemouth Bass, white bass, striped bass, catfish, crappie, freshwater drum,... whatever is biting, im happy with.
I often fish in E. Texas close to Hawkins, Cedar Creek Lake, Lake Lavon, Possum Kingdom Lake, Texoma, Ray Hubbard, and other lakes in the Dallas area, and also some of the creeks occasionally for sunfish and small bass.
I have 3 fiberglass rods, along with a host of other fly rods.


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Post 22 Dec 2021, 13:17 • #978 
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Joined: 10/12/21
Posts: 46
Location: Dallas, TX
Dallas.

I fish Oklahoma frequently for trout and hit New Mexico and Colorado in the summer.

I also go after large mouth locally...because they're huge!


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Post 22 Dec 2021, 18:23 • #979 
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Joined: 05/30/07
Posts: 2341
Location: Arlington, TX
JohnBob
I grew up down in Houston- never fly fished just hit salt every chance I had.

Bayous are teeming with grass carp- check out Herman Park area of Braes Bayou.

Les


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Post 25 Dec 2021, 08:53 • #980 
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Joined: 12/11/20
Posts: 334
Location: Dallas, TX
I need to hit those bayous someday, Les!


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Post 27 Dec 2021, 10:39 • #981 
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Joined: 05/30/07
Posts: 2341
Location: Arlington, TX
Dave
You're right about those bayous in the Houston area- worth the trip. This Spring I'll take you to some of my favorite spots around here.

Les


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Post 27 Dec 2021, 10:59 • #982 
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Joined: 02/19/08
Posts: 1076
Location: Branson, Missouri
I grew up in Spring Texas outside of Houston,
moved to Branson in '93 and fish below
Table Rock Dam on Lake Taneycomo
every day with big dry flies.


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Post 27 Dec 2021, 11:58 • #983 
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Joined: 08/11/21
Posts: 118
Location: Tucson, AZ
I am relatively new to the forum...but welcome, Herman.

Can I assume you fish for sea trout (sea-run browns) and maybe salmon? I fished Ireland for sea-run trout about 20 years ago and loved it. My fishing partner and I tried to find fish in the estuaries, before they ran up the rivers, but had our best luck in the river mouth of the River Moy up north.

My main outfit was a 9'6" Scott 6wt, "Arc" series, as it was fairly strong and had a slow tip for throwing mostly sand eel imitations, which were quite small. That was some of the most rewarding fly fishing of my chequered career.

I have resided in the Sonoran desert, Tucson, Arizona for some time now..but have the enthusiasm for glass rods for fishing the warmwater species..so good luck and welcome aboard!

ps: just noted Herman posted earlier...but welcome anyway!


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Post 27 Feb 2022, 12:20 • #984 
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Joined: 02/12/22
Posts: 10
Location: Australia Vic
I posted a bunch images in the welcome section- and while most of my fishing is local to Melbourne Australia, these days, I have fished many of the rivers in the Great Divide over the years. But it all started on the Hazelwood River in Tasmania, as a kid, tumbling worms down the rapids. One of the many locations to revisit. Originally from Wales, it would be a joy to return and fish the rivers in the UK.


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Post 28 Feb 2022, 22:35 • #985 
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Joined: 07/04/21
Posts: 6
St. Marys County, in Southern Maryland, right now. I mostly fish some ponds in the area, and occasionally in the Chesapeake Bay.


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Post 02 Mar 2022, 12:59 • #986 
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Joined: 09/02/09
Posts: 16
Location: US-WA
Just retired to East Wenatchee, WA. moved over from the wet side to the dry side and will be fun exploring the local fishing from a different perspective.


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Post 07 Mar 2022, 14:41 • #987 
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Joined: 03/03/22
Posts: 61
Location: NJ
I live in central NJ-- love to fish the wild trout streams of the area and NW portion of the state. I also enjoy fishing the estuaries for stripers (though I don't have a glass setup for that yet!).


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Post 26 Mar 2022, 21:14 • #988 
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Joined: 08/04/18
Posts: 27
Location: US-CT
I'm in central CT, primarily fish smaller rivers and wild trout streams. I have a couple of glass rods, an FF70 and a newer Fenglass 4wt.


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Post 20 Apr 2022, 03:34 • #989 
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Joined: 04/20/22
Posts: 2
Hi

I'm Colin,

Live in South Africa and fly fish for various species, ranging from wild stream and river trout to Tiger fish on the Zambezi and Okavango rivers. We also do a lot of surf fishing on fly.

I have two glass rods that I built myself, a 3 piece 7' 3wt and a 8'6 5wt.


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Post 04 May 2022, 15:52 • #990 
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Joined: 04/04/22
Posts: 4
Location: MN Driftless
Howdy,
I'm Matthew and I primarily fish the Driftless region of Minnesota. Small streams, local rivers, and a few excursions here or there when I can get away. I've built a few rods including an 8' 5 wt Blue Halo retroflex 2. Currently repairing my walleye rod, building a graphite 5 wt, and have several glass blanks on standby for the near future. I've been learning lots from this group already and am looking forward to contributing!


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Post 06 May 2022, 08:16 • #991 
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Joined: 12/11/20
Posts: 334
Location: Dallas, TX
Welcome aboard to the new folks!


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Post 23 May 2022, 14:50 • #992 
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Joined: 05/12/22
Posts: 16
Location: MA----FL
Originally from MA. From western MA, the Berkshires. I fish mainly MA and CT , Housatonic, Farmington, Westfield, Wilimantic, Nissitissit, Millers rivers and many small streams and brooks.


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