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    FUDR and an odd day on the river

    The FUDR was a good time as usual. It's always nice to see and speak with people you haven't seen in a while.

    A special thanks to AKSkim for the sponsor page! The FUDR and NEFF appreciates this.

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    I hear this loud noise coming up the river this past Saturday and it sounded like it was moving pretty quick. Then coming upstream right toward me I see this jet coming at me pretty fast then as it approaches, it slows down then goes in another direction. It was a pretty weird scene.

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    Lot's of different insects on the water and a lot of quality fish were brought to the net on Saturday. Caught most of my fish on these olives. I'll tie some more of these up when I get some time.

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    yeah I know it's a crappy picture but I thought it was pretty cool how it does look a bit like a mayfly.


    and that's about it for now. I'm going to bed. Goodnight.

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    Re: FUDR and an odd day on the river

    FUDR is doing some great work on the upper D! To think that one day, long ago, TU and FUDR had major differences on the flow regimes or where we should be headed on that seems silly now. Glad to see our organizations working together to improve the habitat on the upper Delaware! Wish I had more time to devote to this amazing resource myself...

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    Re: FUDR and an odd day on the river

    Quote Originally Posted by dcabarle View Post
    The FUDR was a good time as usual. It's always nice to see and speak with people you haven't seen in a while.


    I hear this loud noise coming up the river this past Saturday and it sounded like it was moving pretty quick. Then coming upstream right toward me I see this jet coming at me pretty fast then as it approaches, it slows down then goes in another direction. It was a pretty weird scene.

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    No.

    That was recon out of Quantico looking for afternoon risers near Stockport and Knights after belting down a few at Lydias on their way back from surveillance near Hancock.

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    Lot's of different insects on the water and a lot of quality fish were brought to the net on Saturday. Caught most of my fish on these olives. I'll tie some more of these up when I get some time.

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    yeah I know it's a crappy picture but I thought it was pretty cool how it does look a bit like a mayfly.


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    Sulphurs in #16 this week as it gets warmer.

    They were out big time south of Kellams to Callicoon this past weekend along with Olives. Late April!

    However, consistant North wind and 30mph+ gusts were a bitch yesterda
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    ...and that's about it for now. I'm going to bed. Goodnight.



    Me too! My arms feel like they could fall off.


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    Re: FUDR and an odd day on the river

    Quote Originally Posted by dcabarle View Post

    I hear this loud noise coming up the river this past Saturday and it sounded like it was moving pretty quick. Then coming upstream right toward me I see this jet coming at me pretty fast then as it approaches, it slows down then goes in another direction. It was a pretty weird scene.

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    Don't worry about that Red Star on the wing.

    It is only the New York Teachers Association getting ready for their May Day celebration tomorrow.


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    Re: FUDR and an odd day on the river

    Forgot to mention that when I was taking my Winston rod apart at the end of the day, one of the mid sections broke. I'm very pissed off about this.

    Also, who fishes with an olive color line? These things are terrible. I tried one of these the other day and just couldn't get used to not seeing my line.

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    Re: FUDR and an odd day on the river

    That sucks. I assume it's under warranty . I just spooled up a clear
    Line this weekend. Why I have no idea. It's pretty much invisible
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    Forgot to mention that when I was taking my Winston rod apart at the end of the day, one of the mid sections broke. I'm very pissed off about this.

    Also, who fishes with an olive color line? These things are terrible. I tried one of these the other day and just couldn't get used to not seeing my line.


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    Re: FUDR and an odd day on the river

    The official Skimmer groupies....how cool is that!

    Live in New Jersey, like to tie flies?
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    Re: FUDR and an odd day on the river

    3rd one in to the right is looking pretty good Skim I'm impressed, a gem of a find for Hancock. Good ole steph on the left looks like shes been burning the candle at both ends though I must say.


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    Re: FUDR and an odd day on the river

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    The official Skimmer groupies....how cool is that!
    I had no idea that the Secret Service was in the house...

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    Re: FUDR and an odd day on the river

    Any word yet on who one the One Bug?


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    Re: FUDR and an odd day on the river

    nice to see chics with teeth..very nice for up there..is there even a dentist within 25miles?


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    Re: FUDR and an odd day on the river

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