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  1. hi everyone, I've been doing a bit of research on what the hardest fighting freshwater fish in the world is, pound for pound. and everyone seems to have a different opinion. some say mongolian taiman, others say golden mahseer, and some say natal yellowfish, and there are many, many more opinions out there. Ive caught a couple of natal yellowfish, and tend to agree that these things fight SUPER hard. I've caught 30 inch trout, massive carp, and 6lb bass. but, pound for pound the yellowfish does seem to fight much harder. what do you think?
  2. I wasnt sure if many people have tried this but, i have been making my own 3D prism eyes for pretty cheap. all you need is a hole punch,prism tape from the lure building section, ccg, and a sharpie for the eye pupils. first hole punch the tape then draw on some fish pupils, dab on the ccg cure it and your ready to use you own made 3D prism eyes.. way cheaper then buying 10 or so per pack all the time.
  3. Hello Friends!! Nice to see all of you hear who love fishing. I also love this work to, and in my country, we have a lot of lakes, beaches where i can go fishing. but i love to see friends around the world show their fishes in their place. thanks for seeing me
  4. I just started to tie my own flys for fly fishing, and I'm looking for some basic flys that will be effective for bass. I have tied one cork popper that produced very well, but I don't want to tie just topwater. Also if you can tell me how to use the flies I tie that would be very appreciative!
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