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  1. blvdsouldja

    blvdsouldja New Member

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    First time fishing with my TFO since I broke it last month. Good thing for those lifetime warrantees :). I landed 2 and missed 1 from 1430-1630. Definitely took advantage of the sunshine. As i was taking a pic of of the other fish, i noticed a pair of panties and beer can floating in the water. That being unappropriate I decided not to post that pic but it definitely describes Bremerton fishing lol. Great cold, sunny and windy afternoon! IMAG0361.jpg IMAG0363.jpg
     
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    Dipnet The wanted posters say Tim Hartman

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    Good job, mate! I too tried our area this afternoon but only managed a couple of bumps. Then again, I'm a noob at tossin' flies so I was just appreciative of the time spent working on my cast. It was pretty windy and cool though, eh? I'm still thawing out my legs!! ;)
     
  3. Jim Lawrence

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    A little off subject but I get very cold all over when my legs are cold. Remedy perhaps... Cabelas sell a very inexpensive wader, three forks, ($89.00 I think), that keeps the water away from you and loose enough that you can easily layer up underneath them. A side benifit is that they are very durable. I'm on my 5th year and they work as well as day 1.
    Solved my prolem pretty much.
     
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    Dipnet The wanted posters say Tim Hartman

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    Not to hijack this thread, but yeah, I have a pair of Cabelas non-neoprene waders and that's exactly what I do.

    In the past (before old age and injuries ;)) I was an active climber and backcountry telemark skier and I'm very familiar with the concept of layering. I'm now using in fishing all the clothing I once used in the mountains. I just went a bit too light in my leg layers this afternoon and was pretty chilled after 1 1/2 hrs. in the water. It was still a very fun afternoon!! :)
     
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    Neoprene is comfy once you get them on though. I fished rubber waders for about 3 yrs but they busted on me this Nov while trying to fish for chums. For $40 you get what you pay for I guess. I got my first pair of neoprene this year. I still layer with sweat pants and thermals but I put windbreaker pants as an outside layer so the waders slide easier. I'm out of breath when I finally get them on but once they're up I feel great and stay warm.
     
  6. David Loy

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    I grew up fishing (& skiing/diving) Agate Pass in the 60s/70s. Back then it was common to observe a "latex tube fly" hatch near the boat ramp. Just a romantic stroll from the tony clubs in Suquamish.
     
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    Dipnet The wanted posters say Tim Hartman

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    :D
    Yeah, I recall the same sort of "flotsam/jetsam" in the south Sound about the same era. I remember fishing off the Pt. Defiance Boathouse dock in the early '60s and seeing a herring swim by. Not an uncommon occurrence, right? Well, this bait fish was completely ensconced in a condom and only his tail was exposed which allowed him to continue to swim. We kids got a lot of laughs out of this!!
     
  8. Rich Schager

    Rich Schager You should have been here yesterday...

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    I actually caught a condom off Fay Bainbridge in the 60's while trolling...
     
  9. Jim Wallace

    Jim Wallace Smells like low tide

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    The "Brooklyn Mackerel" is perhaps the most invasive of all aquatic species.

    Almost forgot. Congrats on getting out and connecting with a nice searun cutt, blvdsouldja!
     
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    Pat Lat Mad Flyentist

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    I didn't realize anyone used condoms back then;)
     
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    Dipnet The wanted posters say Tim Hartman

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    Put up a good fight? ;)
     
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    Dipnet The wanted posters say Tim Hartman

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    Before "the pill" what choice (outside of abstinence) did bucks have to avoid spawning??? :p
     

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