Beach Finder

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Woollyworm, Jun 22, 2001.

  1. Woollyworm

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    That is too cool. Thanks Woollyworm. ~C
     
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    Wolly - saw that the other day at PTAngler. Now I've got clients wondering why nothing been done for two days. I wonder why no ff'ers are seen in the pictures - so many beaches, so few of us? I'm planning on heading to Marrowstone/ Ft. Flagler tomorrow. Will let you know how it goes. Bart
     
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    This is really a great site. Thanks Woollyworm. Jim. "So much water--So little time"
     
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    Bart, I will be on Marrowstone in a couple of weeks. How did you do? Where are you fishing? Thanks!
     
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    Coho - I replied to you last week but the message didn't post for some reason. I tried Point No Point a couple of weeks ago and caught one smallish SRC. Went by there last Sat. - lots of fishing going on. ended up at Flagler (one real ugly fish of some sort) and looked at Marrowstone on the way home 12 to 15 guys fishing. Everyone I saw was fishing heavy metal - I was the only flyrodder. Good luck - let us know how you do. BTW the campground was full, so tou might try reservations. Bart
     

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