Decided I'm Going Purist...

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  1. ZenDavid

    ZenDavid New Member

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    Funny isn't it....one only needs to put the word out there "purist", and the let the judging begin!
    One hand, two hand, two fly, beads...etc. all part of it. I respect that part that we should all agree on. Protect wild fish, preserve the resorce, share the water.
     
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  2. fredaevans

    fredaevans Active Member

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    Only rod/reel/rig that completely 'defeated me.' Never could get the hang of that.
     
  3. Ian Broadie

    Ian Broadie Flyfishing is so "Metal"

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    I got that same bee in my bonnet last fall and now I don't go fishing with out my non traditional two hander and my center pin. Float fishing is a lot of fun with a center pin.
     
  4. Olive bugger

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    You forgot the wicker creel. Pipe and wool hat optional?

    I say ole chap, good show.
     
  5. Achilles

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    Completely agree with the Fenwick feralite and Pflueger medalist.. that is purist in my book.
     
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    Roger on the a 'glass rod' and a Pflug Medalist. Used them for years and only had the reel give up on me once. A 'monster' King Salmon. No contest.
     

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