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  1. That's a great looking room Bruce. I trust there is a small fridge somewhere to complete the set-up.
  2. Very nicely done. What kind of vise is that?
  3. Check the various flyfishing forum sites (there are several) and scan the classified sections. Slightly used and even new brand name lines are listed many times and at greatly discounted prices versus new prices. Same goes for rods and reels.
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    Rod Rack Project

    Very nice job on the rack. Trust me-you will eventually fill it! Neat looking shop area too. I see you are also into (like me) collecting wooden cigar boxes. They are great for storing things and the cedar ones are excellent for fly tying materials as they are naturally insect repellant. One can often pick them up cheap at cigar stores.
  5. Very impressive Mark. Is that a GE Super Radio on the top of the desk? Great old radios. Hard to find anymore.
  6. Josh, I had the same symptoms you had back in August and tested positive. Thought I was completely over it but about eight weeks later started getting joint pain especially in my knees. I'm getting up in years but have never had any joint pain before. Apparently it's not uncommon in people who had the virus. Of course, at my age and health condition, I'm just damn glad it didn't kill me or put me on a ventilator. Oddly, my wife never got it from me.
  7. Where did you get this Norm?
  8. Here's one I took in Rocky Mountain National Park a few years ago during the rutting season. He was eying another bull that was checking out his harem. Took with a Sony DSH-1 camera using zoom feature.
  9. I use the Tao light too. Great light.
  10. flytier, I know what you mean. I have the same problem. A 15 minute trip to the grocery store gets mine hurting. Have you ever gotten any kind of diagnosis of what's causing yours? I've been to three different orthopedic drs. , hours and hours of physical therapy and cortisone shots with no help.
  11. David Martin's book Contact Nymphing is available on Amazon for $0.99 today (Kindle Edition)
  12. So how do you access the Google Doc site?
  13. Taken at a park near Mark Twain Lake in Missouri
  14. I had always read to never store your waders in the basement if that is where your washer, dryer, furnace, etc are as all electric motors give off ozone which will deteriorate the rubber. Probably other rubber products that shouldn't be stored near electric motors either but I'll leave that for another thread and another time!😀
  15. Silver, any idea as to what the shelf life of regular mono line is? Line that is still on the original spool and stored in a cool dry place out of the sunlight.
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