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Old 07-22-2014, 02:36 PM   #101
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This I believe is a green sunfish
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Old 07-22-2014, 02:37 PM   #102
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Working on a stealth rig.
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Old 07-22-2014, 02:50 PM   #104
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This I believe is a green sunfish
I beleive you are correct

Searched and found this during lunch: http://extremephillyfishing.blogspot...guide-for.html Still think I need a cheat sheet card or something

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Working on a stealth rig.
That is going to be cool.
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Product Review.

I recieved a Swamps Ultimate Hopper last night and decided to give it a try the last 30 minutes of daylight today.

First, the price was right, as Scott gave me a couple. He is a very nice guy.

Second, I would rate the appearance of this grasshopper as a nine out of ten. It looks great.

Thirdly, it fishes well, it is easy for a horrible caster to use, and it floats and moves well on the water.

If I have feedback for improvement, it would be this, the small hook is located near the middle of the body, and I had about 10 sunfish strikes that took the fly by the foam abdomen without getting the hook. A couple of times they had it under the water and moving away and I still couldn't get a hook up. Perhaps a little longer, shank or perhaps a little bit less foam....I don't know, I don't tie flies and can barely get them to the water.

That being said, I caught a REAL fish. I had a very nice bass just gobble the thing all the way down. He put up a pretty good fight and I really enjoyed it.

My best so far. Thanks Scott, couldn't have done it with out you.
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Old 07-23-2014, 12:46 AM   #106
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That's a nice catch!!!!
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Old 07-23-2014, 12:53 AM   #107
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Sweet catch Chunky! Looks like the fly rod is goin in the car for the trip to the ranch
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Old 07-23-2014, 07:05 AM   #108
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Nice bass look up the ghost minnow i caught some nice bass on that pattern
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Old 07-23-2014, 09:53 AM   #109
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WOW!!!! that is a nice bass! That is awesome! I have a huge grin on my face.

That hopper is definately a bass killer. I caught another bass on it last night at the Y. He wasn't the bigger guy I was after, but I think the water temps were a bit too high for the area I was casting (shallow.)

I tied that hopper specifically for bass. It's a #8 hook and I've caught only bass with it too. For surface feeding sunfish, I am going to try a gulper. I'll try posting a picture, but it is essentially a smaller bodied fly with no foam beyond the hook.

I'll try the longer hook idea too, cause it won't cost but a dime to try. Next time I'm at academy, I'll pick up some cricket hooks (longer) and tie a few that have the hook at the end and see if I can hook up a big gill or two. I may do that for Jacob who would be happy to land anything.
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Old 07-23-2014, 10:10 AM   #110
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With Mark having success and me landing another bass with it... I think it is safe to say this pattern is a keeper.


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Old 07-23-2014, 10:13 AM   #111
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With Mark having success and me landing another bass with it... I think it is safe to say this pattern is a keeper.


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Old 07-23-2014, 11:04 AM   #112
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I want to go fishing with yall, Where are yall close to....
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Old 07-23-2014, 11:10 AM   #113
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Nice bass look up the ghost minnow i caught some nice bass on that pattern
Thanks, I will try one soon. I am mostly fishing dry stuff on top water now. Hard enough for me when I can see what is going on.
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Old 07-23-2014, 11:12 AM   #114
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I want to go fishing with yall, Where are yall close to....
We are north of Houston. Mark and I live about an hour and a half drive away from each other, and meet in the middle to fish. The Woodland's township has a ton of small community ponds all over and we've been checking those out.

Now, I am envious of where you are at Paul. Being in San Antonio, you are just a short drive from all the clear rivers and streams, etc. At some point, probably after WT season, I'll want to try a trip out your way just to fish for trout below Lake Canyon, or the bass everywhere else.
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Old 07-23-2014, 05:28 PM   #115
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Do you have an 8 wt rod red drum are a blast on a fly rod. The flies are simple too
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Old 07-23-2014, 05:32 PM   #116
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Yes, my rod is an 8 wt. Perhaps we can do a TBH fly fishing weekend some time and rent a beach house or something. I have very limited saltwater experience, but would love to fight a big redfish.
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Old 07-23-2014, 06:48 PM   #117
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I recommend you bring a regular bay rod too it gets to windy sometimes for fly gear
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Old 07-23-2014, 06:49 PM   #118
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If the wind permits i love fly rodding for reds.with a six weight
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Old 07-23-2014, 07:16 PM   #119
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Here are my adaptations on a gurgler.

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Old 07-23-2014, 07:23 PM   #120
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That orange one looks sweet!
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Old 07-23-2014, 07:31 PM   #121
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Here are my adaptations on a gurgler.

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Old 07-23-2014, 08:07 PM   #122
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Nice do you test them in your bath tub tied to a string. That hook needs to be able to adhere to the water.
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Old 07-23-2014, 09:11 PM   #123
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Not the tub... but since I had the sideways floating hopper, I do test them in a bowl of water. I plop them in there and watch how they react. Might try the tub now that you suggested it.
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Old 07-24-2014, 05:09 AM   #124
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Try to mimic the action by pulling it behind some fishing line. Learn how to stack deer hair
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Old 07-25-2014, 09:13 AM   #125
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Got skunked fly fishing out at the Y tonight trying out a different spot. However my wife got a pretty cool looking urban fishing photo that I figured I'd make my avatar for a while...
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Old 07-25-2014, 09:46 PM   #126
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Well, my 9 year old son earned his first fly rod today by finishing his 8th book report in 2 weeks. He really wanted to fly fish and so he earned it. We packed up his new gear and went to a neighborhood pond nearby. On his second cast he caught a sunfish on a bluegill spider he tied himself. He caught one other bluegill and a small bass as well. He had several strikes as well before he would get a bit tired and want a break. I am a proud pappa for sure.

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I made out well too. I am now in that category of not knowing how many fish I have caught I caught at least a dozen or so fish tonight. About 6 to 8 sunfish... some quite large and 6 to 8 bass. The red gurgler I tied was a killer!
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Old 07-25-2014, 10:21 PM   #127
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As a side note, because he was so eager, I had to pull the trigger and I ordered him a Cabelas Cahill combo in 5 wt. It was on sale for 40 bucks. I bought a 6wt from a TBHer that is better quality. While the cahill rod is good, the reel is definately not going to hold up. He will benefit from the reel swap out from the combo that Dylan and Rob are expressing/holding for us. And we will have a backup just in case.
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Old 07-26-2014, 12:31 AM   #128
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Very cool!
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Congrats to you both
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Old 07-26-2014, 09:22 PM   #130
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went back again tonight and he tore it up. At little over half a dozen fish. He is also steadily getting better at casting too. I tied a mini hopper this morning that really helped him out with the sunfish. I will post a pic of it later.

I bet I know what he will write about for "what did you do this summer"
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Love that new avatar! Cool pic and cool to see the youngster fly fishing!
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Old 07-28-2014, 01:15 PM   #132
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Anyone in the Fort Worth area ever do or want to do some trad fishing? I'd love to find a partner and get about it
Give me a shout sometime, my fly rod feels abandoned
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I am fortunate that my kiddos like to fish. So even when my wife is away, I can take them to a pond for some evening fun. Here is a pic of my little girl using a bream pole and bobber with worm.

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That was the other night. She tore it up with the worm and I got to explain live bait vs flies with my son who was envious. I wasn't fishing since I was on dehooking duty for two.

Well tonight we hit jackpot. He wasn't getting much action and I used a bream pole to test some nymphs under a bobber. I pulled out a caddis fly I had tied and oh good Lord did the fish go nuts. Name:  uploadfromtaptalk1406772082454.jpg
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You almost literally could toss it out and pull in a fish every time. Luckily I had two. Between my son and I, we probably caught 3 dozen good sized sunfish in under an hour.
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Old 07-30-2014, 09:42 PM   #134
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Cool stuff!
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Old 07-30-2014, 11:23 PM   #135
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Wish I wasn't moving to college station on friday!

Cool stuff again!
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Wish I wasn't moving to college station on friday!

Cool stuff again!
Your just that much closer to Houston. Moving for work or school? I miss college station.
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Mark, how is the stealth rig coming along?
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Your just that much closer to Houston. Moving for work or school? I miss college station.
School, Blinn to start with, then into A&M for wildlife management stuff hopefully!

Actually speaking of, I have to go to Houston sometime next week to pick up my shotgun barrel from Briley, anytime y'all might could meet up to do some fishing? I'm completely flexible on when I go if y'all wanted to meet up
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I might be able to meet up Monday night. That is probably the only good night I've got going.
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Guys. Welcome to "trad fishing". It is about addicting as trad archery. In a past life I worked in a shop in Park City and did a little guiding on Llano river. Let me know if I can do anything to help. My son is in Colorado now and caught his first big fish on a float trip last night. I will try to post the pic here. There is pretty good fishing in the winter for trout near Castell. Come on up and we will see if we can get you onto some fish. Good luck.
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Old 08-01-2014, 11:40 AM   #143
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If you guys are looking at rods I am a big fan of TFO. I have a 2,3 and 6 weight in their rods and they match up well against any sage or orvis. Bass Pro or cabelas offers several inexpensive reels. For most freshwater fishing the reel is there to hold the line. Get something with a drag and you can't go wrong. Saltwater or bigger rivers are we're you need a better reel when those fish make bigger runs. Fishing for pan fish with a 2 or 3 weight and small poppers is a blast.
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I might be able to meet up Monday night. That is probably the only good night I've got going.
Change of plans, apparently they didn't get the house ready in time, so I can't move down till the 6th. Still, I won't be to far and hopefully we can meet up and catch some fish
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Guys. Welcome to "trad fishing". It is about addicting as trad archery. In a past life I worked in a shop in Park City and did a little guiding on Llano river. Let me know if I can do anything to help. My son is in Colorado now and caught his first big fish on a float trip last night. I will try to post the pic here. There is pretty good fishing in the winter for trout near Castell. Come on up and we will see if we can get you onto some fish. Good luck.
Since you mentioned it... I hunt out near Boerne and I am currently trying to find a good place to fly fish the area out near there. Specifically, a place I can bring my young son and we can do some stream fly fishing when we go out for work weekends before WT season starts (August/September.) I know about the trout below the Canyon Lake on the Guadalupe, but at the moment, we'd be happier to get on some sunfish and bass in a stream environment to get our feet wet in a less crowded area.
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Change of plans, apparently they didn't get the house ready in time, so I can't move down till the 6th. Still, I won't be to far and hopefully we can meet up and catch some fish
No worries; we'll be here

Also, I might get the itch to take a trip down memory lane and make a day trip up to Lake Bryan. We've done that every few years. Lots of memories fishing and camping there. If we do, we'll let you know. I always enjoyed fishing the channel between the two sections of the lake. If memory serves me correctly, it could be fly fished easily. Also, there are a ton of grass carp in on bank accessable area.
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Thinking about trying a new woodlands pond tomorrow evening. Mark, you interested?
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Probably, I will know in the morning.
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Ok, just let me know. We'll probably aim to be up around there around 6 as usual. Need to pick a pond. I'll be brining my kiddo too.
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Congrats Mark!

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So much for that lead I had on you. I need to work harder now to land me a big'un...
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