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Post 18 May 2020, 13:21 • #926 
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Joined: 05/17/20
Posts: 3
Location: Prague Czech rep.
arknymph wrote:
Welcome, please post pictures of your fishing.

Thank you, today i fished on river Sázava, about 20 minutes from my home, most of my fishing time i spent on this river, trying to catch some chub and some other small species, my biggest fish from this yellowriver was 6 lbs walleye, but caught with spining rod, my biggest walleye on fly rod was about 1.5 lbs, today caught some chubs and this was today the best,bent my glass rod nice





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Post 18 May 2020, 14:03 • #927 
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Joined: 12/01/18
Posts: 32
Location: US- Great Smoky Mts of east Tn
Hi, I'm a long displaced Connecticut yankee living in the mountains of East Tennessee just outside the Great Smoky Mountains NP, the Little River flows through the back yard. Primarily a fly fisherman for anything that will cooperate but do use spinning and conventional gear where appropriate. We are locally blessed with streams and lg reservoirs for nearly anything that swims in fresh. A local kid fishing for bream with a worm recently landed (and released) an 80 lb lake sturgeon.


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Post 09 Jun 2020, 00:11 • #928 
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Joined: 06/05/20
Posts: 65
Location: Baton Rouge, LA
Live in Baton Rouge. Mostly fish thin blue lines on the map, little bayous and such. Catch everything from brim to cats.




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Post 01 Jul 2020, 00:09 • #929 
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Joined: 06/30/20
Posts: 13
From Northeast Pa
Fish Locust Lake
Tuscarora
Little Schuylkill
Susquehanna River

Hello


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Post 27 Jul 2020, 15:16 • #930 
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Joined: 07/12/20
Posts: 1
New to this site. Live in Bucks County, PA and fly fish in the Poconos, North Central, and South Central PA.


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Post 30 Jul 2020, 12:08 • #931 
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Joined: 09/11/19
Posts: 27
Location: Ohio
Ohio, Michigan, Indiana. Love Michigan


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Post 30 Jul 2020, 14:17 • #932 
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Joined: 06/17/14
Posts: 38
Location: US-NY
Live in Illinois. Fish Illinois, Kentucky, Tenn. Missouri and Arkansas.
Vern


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Post 30 Jul 2020, 14:46 • #933 
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Joined: 05/02/20
Posts: 15
Location: Northern Maine
Don’t know if I ever introduced myself here.

Grew up in New Sweden Maine up in Aroostook County. Brook trout paradise. After med school did residency in Montana (for obvious reasons) and we just moved back home. Now I live about 20 minutes from where I grew up but literally right on the Canadian border. If you cross the street you step in to Canada. There’s brook trout everywhere here (although a very bad hot year) but I fish blue lines and the ponds in the Northern Maine Woods. Really nothing but brookies, land locked salmon and a few ponds with blue back char.


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Post 30 Jul 2020, 18:06 • #934 
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Joined: 02/12/16
Posts: 3956
Location: USA-CO
Welcome, Jrossignol24. You fish in some truly great water. I started my fishing a bit to the south, in the St. Croix River drainage. I miss those red-water brooks and the deep-colored Brook Trout in them. Happy fishing!


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Post 06 Aug 2020, 21:26 • #935 
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Joined: 05/13/20
Posts: 87
Location: Candler, NC
Grew up in western NC, and still mostly fish in that area. Great Smoky Mountains, Balsams, and Blue Ridge. Very blessed to still be here enjoying this beautiful area and streams. Now I'm enjoying getting our grandkids and great-nephew into the swing of it. Great reason to camp and fish!
Walt


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Post 25 Aug 2020, 20:44 • #936 
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Joined: 08/22/20
Posts: 1
Location: The Old North State
Hi everyone. First of all, thank you all for the vast amount of knowledge and experience that is shared within this forum.

I’m in central North Carolina but I have laid my head in several zip codes and continents over the years. I’ve been fly fishing for almost two decades, primarily with graphite but, I recently rediscovered glass and I’m hooked.

I fish a lot of warm water for bass, panfish, etc. I also have property in the blue ridge mountains where I am regularly outsmarted by trout. I enjoy fishIng for drum a couple times a year at the coast as well. Cheers


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Post 25 Aug 2020, 21:27 • #937 
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Joined: 03/09/20
Posts: 13
Location: US-PA
I grew up in Pennsylvania and currently live in Lebanon County, PA but because of my working for an international construction company, I have had the pleasure to fly fish in Northern Michigan, Montana, Northern Vermont, Colorado, Southwestern and Northeastern Utah, Washington. In PA south central to north central PA.


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Post 25 Aug 2020, 21:53 • #938 
Master Guide
Joined: 08/15/10
Posts: 567
Location: Elizabethtown & Germania, PA
Welcome Gene. I recognize you from PAFlyfish.


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Post 26 Aug 2020, 13:03 • #939 
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Joined: 02/12/16
Posts: 3956
Location: USA-CO
Welcome aboard, Hike_About and PAGene!


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Post 28 Aug 2020, 08:38 • #940 
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Joined: 08/11/20
Posts: 33
Location: Ontario, Canada
I grew up in the central part of New York state, Cooperstown area. Did a lot of fishing on lake Otsego and the upper Susquehanna. My best friend's father was a fly fisherman and he would show us around the little streams that ran through our area, holding wild brookies. We'd make runs up to the Syracuse area for steelhead and down to the Delaware for browns. I moved to Vermont after high school and fished a lot of the rivers and streams in the central part of that state. After college, my pursuit of a career as a professional musician took over my life and I didn't fish at all for the better part of 20 years. A trip with my father to the Adirondacks to fish the Ausable two years ago rekindled my passion for this sport.

I now live in southern Ontario and have stumbled upon some fantastic trout fishing. The Credit river and Duffins creek have been my go-to's for the past couple years. I've been out to the Grand a couple times but am hoping to explore that water some more in the coming years. Though I've upgraded my equipment, I still have my old 6'6" Eagle Claw Featherweight that got me into this game. It comes off the rack from time to time, just for nostalgia.

Happy to have found this forum, thanks for having me!


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Post 23 Sep 2020, 14:59 • #941 
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Joined: 09/23/20
Posts: 1
Just outside of Halifax Nova Scotia, spent the summer exploring lots of small brooks and rivers....till the water dried up anyway. But just had a good dose of rain so fingers crossed!


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Post 23 Sep 2020, 21:09 • #942 
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Joined: 05/05/18
Posts: 127
Location: US-VT
Northern Vermont born and raised! All the waters in northern VT and NY :)


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Post 27 Sep 2020, 06:42 • #943 
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Joined: 08/19/20
Posts: 40
MA/Ri border in the USA. Fishing a mix of Salt, Warm and Cold waters.


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Post 05 Oct 2020, 05:15 • #944 
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Joined: 10/01/20
Posts: 1
Hi everyone! I'm fron Spain I flyfishing mostly for barbell, carp, bronwtrout, but also seabass,pike, blackbass...almost everything. I try more than actually catch.XD

Nice day!!!


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Post 05 Oct 2020, 15:08 • #945 
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Joined: 02/12/16
Posts: 3956
Location: USA-CO
Welcome, Pedrens!


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Post 30 Nov 2020, 19:40 • #946 
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Joined: 11/16/20
Posts: 38



I grew up on the edge of the Olympic National Park in Washington state but now live in Scottsdale AZ. Mostly I fish in Utah and am just now getting into fiberglass. Pictures are of a nice brown on top from a stream and a cutthroat from one of the lakes. What a great forum!


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Post 07 Dec 2020, 13:53 • #947 
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Joined: 02/04/14
Posts: 71
Location: US-MA
I haven’t posted in some time but mainly Massachusetts and Rhode Island:

The season is finally winding down for me, and it has been more spin than fly due to the wind lately.


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Post 19 Dec 2020, 09:39 • #948 
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Joined: 12/11/20
Posts: 227
Location: Dallas, TX
Snakeroll, that’s a nice Ross Gunnison reel. I’m a huge fan of their made in USA reels. Tough and incredibly well made.

I live in Dallas and fish mostly in north Texas. Our family also has a place in Durango, CO so I get to fish the southwestern Colorado area and San Juan in NM a few weeks every year. My wife is from the gulf coast of Mississippi so I’ve been exploring the brackish as salt waters around Pascagoula MS with a fly rod for the last few years, too. Still hunting my first redfish on the fly.




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Post 06 Jan 2021, 18:48 • #949 
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Joined: 12/19/18
Posts: 27
Location: Asheville, NC
Asheville, NC but I fish all over! I'm a pilot by trade and I carry a 6-piece 8wt Hardy and an 8-piece 3wt fly/spin glass packrod from Graywolf with me whenever I travel, so I have most of my bases covered - anywhere there's water :)


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Post 21 Jan 2021, 20:44 • #950 
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Joined: 01/15/21
Posts: 4
Hey guys, I’m Sam and I’m from western Kentucky and I fish a few small local ponds, and mostly Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley.
Thanks
Sam from KY


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