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redneckshadrap

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About redneckshadrap

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    Lexington, KY
  1. Thoughts and prayers from KY,,, Billy
  2. Thoughts and prayers from Ky... Billy
  3. Congrats from Ky.... Billy
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    Can't wait myself. Let's see if the 24 and 8 car can turn it around. Billy
  5. Have a goodone fellows....
  6. I'm with Steeldrifter....... www.flytyingforum.com
  7. QUOTE The one thing I do usually lie about is where I caught what I caught I have to agree with you on that. Been guilty of that more than once... Billy
  8. Fellows, It's definitely going to be in June. We're thinking about camping at Conley Bottom on Lake Cumberland. That would put folks close to the Wolf Creek Dam and the Big South Fork above the Cumberland falls as well. Will post some more info soon.
  9. I've fished for a long time. Was always proud of my trips, somemore than others. But never felt like I had to stretch someones leg about it to make myself excel as a peer in that persons eye. All fisherman are liars and all liars are fisherman. Kinda of like a double edged dull sword. What does anyone have to gain by telling fibs about thier trips? I've heard some good ones while hanging around in the bait shop. Some of them came from unsuspected victims that would either catch 6lbers, when locals wouldn't catch anything, to catching several fish of one species that doesn't even exist in that stream. At first it was annoying, but now it's just plain funny. Eventually the truth comes out and you go from a peer to a pud. I'm proud to post a report where I catch 50 keeper smallmouth, but I'm also as proud to post that I just had the opportunity and the health to get in the creek for a couple of hours and not catch anything. So if you ever get the hankering to bend the truth, remember the more stories you create the harder they are to remember.... Billy
  10. Will, PLease feel free to place an ad on The Creek Bank for Geeen Caddis. BIlly
  11. Generation is not a factor n these mountain streams. Now the critters maybe. Location is Southern Ky around the Corbin, SOmerset, Jamestown, and Monticello areas. Billy
  12. The only problem with Cland can be the generation schedules. If we get a lot of rain and the lake is full, they won't hesitate to open them up and pull the lake. Billy
  13. I know we have folks on this board form all over the world. It'd be impossible for some to get to Ky, but we are thinking(fellows on the Creek Bank) about getting something together for the Cumberland River in June some times. Would like to ask some folks with good trout experience to attend. We don't have a lot of experience for fishing these waters for trout, but it hold some good ones. This location also is in the area for some remote forest streams as well. Just looking for feed back, nothing's definte yet... Billy
  14. A banded scuplin would be a killer in that pattern for sure... Billy
  15. Will, Sorry to hear that. Hope all goes well with the healing. I'll go see Hubbard today and tell him and please fellows no negative comments....at times we need to reflect on someone's well-being. I've never heard one negative thing toward Will from Chris and feel he should know... Thanks, Billy
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