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mikechell

Member Since 10 Jul 2012
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 11:43 PM
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In Topic: 11' 4wt IM8 graphite

Yesterday, 11:47 PM

Where'd you get that ???  That was before I painted the walls and ceiling !!!  I thought I destroyed that picture.


In Topic: Senko Imitation

Yesterday, 07:07 PM

I would be interested to see if it has the same fall flutter that the senko is famous for.

It wouldn't, Zip.  The distinctive wobble of a soft plastic stick bait is what makes them so deadly. 

This is not a "Senko" as much as it is just a plastic worm imitation.


In Topic: 11' 4wt IM8 graphite

Yesterday, 07:01 PM

wacko.png I don't understand all this rhetoric !!!  It IS possible to appreciate something that's less than perfect, you know. wink.png


In Topic: 11' 4wt IM8 graphite

Yesterday, 02:49 PM

No, Vicente. dry.png   I "like" the rod.  I can do that with non-blue (I shuddered a little, there) threads and such. tongue.png

 

I LOVE the grip.  Nice contrast, dark and coated. wub.png


In Topic: What are you working on?

Yesterday, 02:47 PM

Well tied flies, Mark.

I really like ants, I just don't usually fish them.  There was one day, on the St. Johns River, when little floating ants were the only thing I could get a hit on.  They wouldn't touch anything else I threw at them, but they'd make a wake from 3 feet away to hit an ant.