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Old 01-01-2015, 06:45 PM   #51
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Is that Brushy Creek?

Yes it is. I've use to fish this stretch all the time as a kid and this was the first time in probably 20 yrs that I got to walk into this area.
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Another fly fishing addict here. Been doing it since I was 12. I live for bow hunting and summer fly fishing in the Colorado and Wyoming mountains.
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I used to dabble in it quite a bit when I was young. Got my first flyrod for my 10th B-day. Watched Curt Goudy "The Flying Fisherman" ever time it came on TV. Chased mostly bass and pan fish with poppers. I've dabbled in it a bit since with my great grandfather's rod from time to time still.
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What kind of Saltwater gear do yall use?
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Old 01-01-2015, 07:23 PM   #55
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I fly fish in salt more than I hunt, only hunt deer with a bow.
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Fly fishing is a way of life for me. In addition to fishing for personal reasons, I also guide on some of the most amazing waters in NM!!! If I was as good at hunting as I am at fishing, I would have a lot more heads on the wall!! Here are a few of my personal favorites......

















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Old 01-01-2015, 07:27 PM   #58
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Fly fishing is a way of life for me. In addition to fishing for personal reasons, I also guide on some of the most amazing waters in NM!!! If I was as good at hunting as I am at fishing, I would have a lot more heads on the wall!! Here are a few of my personal favorites......

















Impressive! Specially the Muskies
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Stickflinger, are those pike from the Rio Grande? I've fished for them a couple of times there, but never caught one. My dad caught some tiger musky with a guide buddy of ours from Taos. I can't wait to get up there and catch one of those. Looks like fun.
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Old 01-01-2015, 07:55 PM   #60
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I love to fly fish but never take the time to do it. It's about to be trout stocking time and I think I'm going to bust out the fly rods and get them ready.
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Stickflinger, are those pike from the Rio Grande? I've fished for them a couple of times there, but never caught one. My dad caught some tiger musky with a guide buddy of ours from Taos. I can't wait to get up there and catch one of those. Looks like fun.
Yessir, the Rio holds some monster pike!! Who is your guide buddy?? If you ever want to come down and chase some tigers or pike, hit me up!!!!
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What SW gear do you use?
I'm a gear nut, go to for reds is an old gloomis gl 6/7/8 reel and tfo axiom 7 wt rod. Have other set ups that cost a lot more but this one is my favorite, very impressed with tfo for the $.
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Yessir, the Rio holds some monster pike!! Who is your guide buddy?? If you ever want to come down and chase some tigers or pike, hit me up!!!!
Is this the same Rio Grande bordering Tx and Mexico?
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Yessir, the Rio holds some monster pike!! Who is your guide buddy?? If you ever want to come down and chase some tigers or pike, hit me up!!!!
Mark Cowan - he grew up in Tulia, where I'm from originally. He's a real estate appraiser in Taos, but he guides all over the world. He guides with Van Beacham around Taos, or at least he used to. http://remoteflyfishing.com/

I used to go fishing with him and/or my dad every September, but my son is in high school and playing football now so that messes up my flyfishing. He'll be a senior next year. After that, I'll get my late summers and early falls back for flyfishing. When is the best time for tiger musky?
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Is this the same Rio Grande bordering Tx and Mexico?
Yes. It starts in Colorado. See the pics I posted earlier to see what it looks like up there.
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I'm a gear nut, go to for reds is an old gloomis gl 6/7/8 reel and tfo axiom 7 wt rod. Have other set ups that cost a lot more but this one is my favorite, very impressed with tfo for the $.
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Yes. It starts in Colorado. See the pics I posted earlier to see what it looks like up there.
Yeah those are nice...I had no idea it was that big that high up. Wow.
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Yeah those are nice...I had no idea it was that big that high up. Wow.
Depends on the snow melt and time of year. We were there in July 2007. The winter before had huge snowfall totals, so the river was still running very high even in late July.
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did someone say saltwater???



I use two very different rods for saltwater fishing, depending on wind and distance average cast. Close and little wind I use a softer 8/9 St Croix rod with a 9wt line. Windy and longer casts I use a Sage Saltwater RPLX 9wt with a 10wt saltwater taper line.

You don't need a fast action rod for 30 foot casts on reds and trout most of the time.
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Old 01-01-2015, 08:47 PM   #70
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Only been fly fishing for 2 yrs or so but became obsessed pretty quickly
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Old 01-01-2015, 08:59 PM   #71
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I only dabble with it. We've gone to New Mexico the last 3 summers and have had a blast. I love wild brown trout on a dry fly. Bought a tenkara outfit this year and really loved it in the small streams.
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Man I want to go again after this thread! Thanks for the memories and there will be more!
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Old 01-01-2015, 09:14 PM   #73
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My favorite has always been fly fishing for big bass. I like fishing the coast but don't get the chance much. While I've done a bit of trout fishing, they just don't excite me like big bass do. I've studied every thing about them since I was a kid and have been very successful at catching them. I'm doing another seminar on catching big bass with the fly rod at the Austin Flyfishers on the 15th. If your in the neighborhood at that time then drop by.
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Old 01-01-2015, 09:37 PM   #76
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I fly fish for bream on the lake all the time.
had a good friend take me to Broken Bow last fall and now I'm hooked on trout.
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For salt I use either sage xi2 rods or orvis helios. I really love hatch fly reels but I have abel's and Ross reels for the salt as well. As always, by the best rod and line you can. You will start way ahead if you do that.
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40 pounds. 1/2# off the IGFA 16# tippet class record. Oh well, try again....

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Headed to beavers bend next month! Haven't fly fished in years. Love going to the little Mo and the white river in Arkansas. I can snatch crappie off a brush pile all day long and my wife won't wet a line. Put her in the water with em swimming around she will beat the water to a froth casting flies!!
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Caught these on my parents place near Stonewall, CO. The north fork of the Platte River runs through their property.
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For salt I use either sage xi2 rods or orvis helios. I really love hatch fly reels but I have abel's and Ross reels for the salt as well. As always, by the best rod and line you can. You will start way ahead if you do that.
Yeah, I knew better than to ask you, your budget is a little bigger than mine...nice stuff for sure.
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Yeah, I knew better than to ask you, your budget is a little bigger than mine...nice stuff for sure.
Look on eBay. Lots of people buy saltwater fly rods and sell after one trip. Nautilus is another brand I really like in the salt. They have some models that aren't as bad price wise. Good thing is if you spend the extra money on a rod they likely come with a great warranty. I have broken a few and had them replaced for free. I like the older scotts and st croix as well. You can find those as well. If just starting I wouldn't pick a sage xi2 or xi3 first. They are so fast that I think the are harder to cast unless you have a fair amount of line out.
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Have been fly fishing for over 50 years. It never gets old, but I do. (LoL)
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Yeah, I knew better than to ask you, your budget is a little bigger than mine...nice stuff for sure.
I have a couple of TFO TiCrX rods. If you like fast action rods, they're the ticket. Great for saltwater.
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Look on eBay. Lots of people buy saltwater fly rods and sell after one trip. Nautilus is another brand I really like in the salt. They have some models that aren't as bad price wise. Good thing is if you spend the extra money on a rod they likely come with a great warranty. I have broken a few and had them replaced for free. I like the older scotts and st croix as well. You can find those as well. If just starting I wouldn't pick a sage xi2 or xi3 first. They are so fast that I think the are harder to cast unless you have a fair amount of line out.
Thanx for the info. I would need the warranty...Im rough on rods.
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I have a couple of TFO TiCrX rods. If you like fast action rods, they're the ticket. Great for saltwater.
Thanx Shane TFO equip seems to be biggest bang for your bucks.
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Buddy closed a screen door on my sage xp 4 weight in creede one day. Got a new one. Broke an old orvis power matrix and it was replaced. A couple others have bit the dust and been replaced. I am a big fan of buying the best equipment possible. That includes bows, guns and rods.
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Buddy closed a screen door on my sage xp 4 weight in creede one day. Got a new one. Broke an old orvis power matrix and it was replaced. A couple others have bit the dust and been replaced. I am a big fan of buying the best equipment possible. That includes bows, guns and rods.
Im with you. Get what you pay for.
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I love my Sage and Loomis rods too, a couple of which I built myself on Sage and Loomis blanks. The TFOs that I have are every bit as nice, just imported and cheaper. I can't build a rod of the same quality for less money. I've not needed TFO's warranty service yet (knock on wood), so I can't comment on it. I did break a Sage rod that I wrapped myself. I sent it back, and they sent me a new blank. Great service.
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I think everyone should at least give an orvis helios a test. Used to hate orvis rods about like I hated rage broadheads. That helios is a homerun for sure.
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I would love to go Sage on everything....eewwwhheeew, thats a grand or more.
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I think everyone should at least give an orvis helios a test. Used to hate orvis rods about like I hated rage broadheads. That helios is a homerun for sure.
I've had Orvis rods in years past, but it's been a long time. I need to cast a Helios. Or maybe I don't.
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For me the helios line is just about perfect. Lightest rod in hand that I have thrown. The action is plenty fast for punching in to the wind. It also has enough action that you can truly feel the rod load. I use a helios 6 weight all the time in the salt. Also have a 10ft 6 weight for throwing junk(nymphs and indicators), a 5 weight and a 9 weight. They really are nice rods. Oh, forgot about the 8 ft 3 weight as well. Use it all the time in Colorado and New Mexico.
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I love the light rods. The Sage that I broke and rebuilt is a RPL 286 - 8'6" 2wt. FUN trout rod. It's the rod in the pic of 5 yr old Zach with the 5# rainbow that I posted earlier, actually. Had it a long time. The only other rod I own that I'd rather catch a fish on is a 6'6" 2wt that I built on a cheap Cabela's full flex blank. FUN little rods.
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I love the light rods. The Sage that I broke and rebuilt is a RPL 286 - 8'6" 2wt. FUN trout rod. It's the rod in the pic of 5 yr old Zach with the 5# rainbow that I posted earlier, actually. Had it a long time. The only other rod I own that I'd rather catch a fish on is a 6'6" 2wt that I built on a cheap Cabela's full flex blank. FUN little rods.
I have a sage 1 weight I bought years ago. Caught a 20 in cutthroat in the Valle Vidal with it. That was awesome. Caught some big rainbows in a spring creek in Montana on it. That one weight makes a 6 in fish feel really good!
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If any one is looking for a good set up I'm selling a sage response 9' 6wt with a fighting but and a Ross lt4 large arbor reel. It's in the classifieds.
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I got hooked a few years ago. To me it is the same thrill as bowhunting but you can do it all year and in some of the most perfect places in God's creation. We need to put a TBH trip together to Wyoming or Montana next summer.
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