What has happened to "traditional" steelhead flyfishing?

Discussion in 'Steelhead' started by TomB, Feb 22, 2005.

  1. Trevor

    Trevor New Member

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    Well put, WW...

    ...and welcome to the board.

    Trevor
     
  2. cmtundra

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    Liked that quote from WW as well. As somone else on this board likes to say (& me too), "It is what it is". I don't see technique much as a moral issue as long as it's legal & not hindering someone else's fishing efforts. As the old hymn goes, "When all of life is over & our work on earth is done...", -aint nobody gonna give a rat's arse whether you swung, or nymphed, or chucked, or slung(?).

    Tom B., sleep on the wet spot & we'll all still love ya' in the morning! Hell, I'll even respect you cause' you've caught way more steelhead swinging than I have by any & all methods. Cheers to you :beer2: if for no other reason than that I loved reading the thread. Tom, you can have a seat on MY driftboat anytime....except for the problem that I don't have one yet...as long as you don't mind my Peanuts gang collection of bobbers, I mean indicators. :rofl: :rofl:
     
  3. Roper

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    iagree iagree iagree BTW, nice entry into the forum... :thumb:
     

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