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agn54

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About agn54

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  • Birthday 02/20/1977

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    Gainesville, FL
  1. Mine are on the way, many apologies for being last minute. Thanks again for hosting!
  2. Big Daddy Hubbard, now there’s a blast from the past! I hope he is well
  3. Awesome info, thanks a lot. Reminds of me of fishing for peacock bass when they spawn. They hit anything that passes and will often keep hitting on subsequent casts if they miss the hook
  4. This one is a real beauty
  5. I have an lcp2 that is great for carrying in the pocket, feels like another cell phone. As said above, it’s a get off me gun. Snappy little thing but gets the job done
  6. This one is stunning, a real work of art
  7. Thanks guys. I’m going to try the traditional feather wing next. Are there any conditions where the traditional hackle wing is preferable to the marabou wing?
  8. My first attempt at a traditional freshwater streamer. I like how it looks but am unsure on the proportions, particularly for the length and bushiness of the tail and beard. I made the wing slightly longer than the tail which seems about right. Any tips would be greatly appreciated.
  9. Steve, you may want to try switching out the rear sights as well. I’ve gotten use to the Glock sights but much prefer the three dot sights on my Shield
  10. It’s beautiful! Can’t wait to get it. Thanks again for everything
  11. Now that’s a tight group! I shot with a red dot for the first time recently when a guy at the range let me shoot his AR pistol. Incredible how accurate you can be with those
  12. agn54

    Poor Mikey

    We don't do well when it hits below freezing down here. When we get passed socks and sandals weather, it's a state of emergency
  13. Got an incredible box of flies from Dan the Bugman. Thank you and thanks for hosting
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