A few years ago, I took a ride to Martha's Vinyard to catch the stripers. My trip was with my father and his long time friend, Rick. Only one of us caught a fish through-out the 5 day trip but it was an overall nice experience (Once!). I didn't mind the fishing so much, it was the drive that I absolutely hated. I hate being in a car. A few years back, I attended a wedding in Maine. I chose to fly and arrived 15 minutes before the people who drove. I'd prefer to sit in the airport than in traffic. Anyway, here's a small video I put together with a drone and a few dSLR pics thrown in. Dennis Cabarle
I'm selling one of my prized possessions. The rod was hardly ever used. I'd like to get $450 for this rod but would consider reasonable offers or a trade for something. Cash is king though. If you have items that you are looking to trade, just post them here or direct message me. Thanks.
The Evolution of a Flyfisherman I have been fishing for almost 37 years. I started out as I guess most fisherman do. I had my spincasting rod and reel with a bucket of worms, some eagle claw hooks, a bobber, and a dream. Over time I upgraded my equipment, my outlook, and my options for fishing. A reel spinning rod, ultralight reel, lures, moving water an hour from where I lived. Ultimately I evolved as I believe many fisherman have to the most noble of all art forms..Flyfishing. Even as a flyfisherman one must go through an evolution of sorts. My first flyrod outfit was an eagle fiberglass flyrod with a martin reel. It cost all of 20.00 at the closest thing to a flyshop we had by our house. New Jersey was not considered a flyfishing mecca. As I got older I started to read the article in field & stream and dreamed of venturing to far off lands where the fish were enormous, the river pristine, and you could catch fish to your heart's desire, Alaska, Montana, Colorado, and many...
It's not all about catching trout. A few things that keep me coming back to this river... Every Friday night I check weather.com. When I see "Scattered T-Storms", I know it's going to be a phenominal day. I then check the flows and water temps because this dictates whether I'll be floating or wade fishing. I prefer to float because I can cover so much more water and there are so many pools I really enjoy fishing. Wading to some of these spots is not possible and the spots that I can wade to would make me get in my car every few hours and drive. I pray to the dam gods to release just enough water whereas I can float! Some of the challenges of this river are the wind, the algae in the water, and of course choosing the right bug. Also, have you noticed that with every step you take to get yourself closer to a rising trout, that trout will move two steps further away from you! This river aint no Cairns pool! Are these fish any more educated than other fish? I don't think so. I...
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Talk about your adventures to the Little Lehigh or maybe Pine Creek. Discus hatch's, stream conditions, or other valuable information. Keep in mind that You have a friend in PA! I just had to throw that in there!
Past, Present, Future fly swaps hosted by North Eastern Fly Fishing forum members. Check it out. Dry flies, wet flies, streamers, nymphs, etc... There's a swap for everybody. Come in and start you own if you don't like any of the others.
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