"Dry" or "Die"

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  1. Mark Walker

    Mark Walker Active Member

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    Pirated, but just had to share this..............
     
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    Gary Thompson dirty dog

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    Being on the water at the right place and time to find fish rising makes me giddy....
     
  4. papafsh

    papafsh Piscatorial predilection

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    Ok video, even better with the sound turned off.

    LB
     
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    Old Man Just an Old Man

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    What a waste of time. All you get to see is a few fish rising and an idiot rolling a joint.

    I didn't have to watch it but I did. I don't usually watch these things. Don't know what made me do it this time.
     
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    Jim Ficklin Genuine Montana Fossil

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    Liked the vid and could do without the doobie, but then again I'm a dark-side, ancient nympher . . .
     
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    Chris Johnson Member: Native Fish Society

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    Nice video of a fish rising, not sure I understand the animosity toward the joint. What if the guy was drinkin a beer?
     
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    How is it a joint and not a rolled cigarette? I can't tell, how can you?
     
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    Mostly I love the indicator, but I do not appreciate th theft of such great song. Heck it wasnt even that clever of a rewrite.
     
  10. Jase

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    That's what I'm sayin'...
     
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    Chris Johnson Member: Native Fish Society

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    Well played Siskiyou!
     
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    Chris Johnson Member: Native Fish Society

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    [quote="Irafly, post: 749932, member: I do not appreciate th theft of such great song. Heck it wasnt even that clever of a rewrite.[/quote]

    Yes, I had the same reaction.
     
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    Wow, I love how a couple of dudes having fun with a great song and some nicely shot video can get people so worked up. First of all, that probably wasn't a joint--you could tell that by the way he rolled it and smoked it. And even if it was, who cares? We all have our poisons; for some it's a joint, for others it's fast food, and for others...there are a million of them. A joint is probably one of the least harmful things he could have been smoking out there.
    Second of all, sure that's a great song--but they were having fun. It's supposed to be a joke, fellas. Ever heard of one of those? The fact that the original is such a serious, heavy song is what makes it funny. They're poking fun at the fact that dry fly fishing is taken so seriously by some.
    Jesus. I think everyone needs to chill out, smoke a joint/drink a beer/eat a big mac, and then go fishing (with dries, of course).

    J
     

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