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Jimmy Aw

Fly Fishing in Singapore.

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SD, I've heard the same thing about the Salmon River in NY! dunno.gif

 

I still think most folks would less inclined to be fighting! laugh.gif

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Man, those pictures are great! So many Cichlids! I need to fish!!! (My family and friends are getting sick of my attitude. I tell them every year I get like this until the ice melts and I can fish again!)

 

Thanks for posting... headbang.gif

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QUOTE (Jim Hester in MD @ Jan 30 2004, 06:30 PM)
Fly Fishing, the international language! thumbup.gif

Jimmy, welcome! Great pics, I just looked thru them & really like to see the different species you folks fish for & similar flies! Looks like you folks are using many of the same flies we use!

I realize that many flies are tied in Singapore for use around the world, but do you folks have local fly patterns that you use for specific species in your area. I'm sure everyone here would like to see them if you have them, it would be interesting to see some new designs! thumbup.gif

Too bad more folks in the world don't take up this great sport, probably be a lot less wars & fighting going on! wallbash.gif

Glad to have you join us! headbang.gif

Haha! Yup! Some great patterns such as Decievers, Pink things & Clousers works any where in the world.

 

We do create our own "Variants" but usually we will still keep a load of those proven ones in the box. tongue.gif I will try posting some "Variants" that we have created in the Fly tying section. Mean while here's some of our fly boxes when we go fishing & what the folks here have been hitting since the beginning of this year.

 

Summary Catch Report for Yr 2004

http://www.fishingkaki.com/forum/viewtopic...p=114012#114012

 

Here's some of our Freshwater & Saltwater Fly boxes taken from previous outings. cool.gif

 

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Best Regards.

 

 

 

 

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Great looking flies Jimmy

Some look just like steelhead flies

Maybe if you get the chance you can join one of our upcoming fly swaps

 

OSD.

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QUOTE (Big Daddy Hubbard @ Jan 30 2004, 03:28 PM)
Hell no!! Dat's da bes part!!! Love duck!...now as for snakehead soup...that may take some convincing and a bottle of bourbon!

Hi Chris,

 

Here's a Local Giant Snaky aka Toman for you.

 

This fish was taken on a 4wt set & Clouser mouthed deep in throat.

 

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Have fun with them if you ever come across them.

 

Best Regards.

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QUOTE (OSD @ Feb 1 2004, 01:00 PM)
Great looking flies Jimmy
Some look just like steelhead flies
Maybe if you get the chance you can join one of our upcoming fly swaps

OSD.

Thanks for the invitation!

 

Will pop into the fly swap to take a look then! tongue.gif

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ugly bastards....i love it!! very close inb lkikeness to our North American Bowfin!!

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