When I hit the Lotto

Discussion in 'Spey Clave' started by SpeySpaz, Aug 21, 2009.

  1. Gary Thompson dirty dog

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    Buy 4 two hand rods from 5wt to 10wt. Fellow the sun around the world.
    Never fish any where to hot or to cold.
  2. Trent Ugly member

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    When I hit the Lotto: I'll have two different stripers with portable poles every time I hit the water:D
  3. SpeySpaz still an authority on nothing

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    yes.
  4. inland Active Member

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    'cooler'? No. More enjoyable? For me yes.

    William
  5. SpeySpaz still an authority on nothing

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    I think it's VERY cool to avoid rotator cuff surgery.
  6. inland Active Member

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    Then it would be even 'cooler' to learn to cast a single hander properly to avoid such injuries.

    I agree with Kerry. Skagit a hundred years ago with modern gear would be something else.

    William
  7. SpeySpaz still an authority on nothing

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    William, dear man, it's the spey forum of WFF. try to get in the spirit of the thing huh?
    DHers are cooler than old polar bear poop in my book.
    BTW, I think it's your Bday eh? have a happy and a merry one, friend.

    I like the time travel idea, the Bulkley idea, but no one has yet mentioned having Barbarella as a rod caddy yet, so I feel compelled to throw it in.
  8. BigSkyDave New Member

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    I knew a guy who won the lottery in Wisconsin. Around a million I think. He used the money to build a large steel building and fill it with model trains! Different strokes --- Go figure.
  9. ak_powder_monkey Proud to Be Alaskan

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    I just want a guy who follow me around without seeing him untill I reach my hand out and say "slow 4 wt floating line" and it appears in my hand
  10. James Mello Inventor of the "closed eye conjecture"

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    Clearwaters just a bigger version of the Cowlitz anyhow ;)
  11. Flyborg Active Member

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    Because it's in the 2hand forums :)
  12. younggun New Member

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    skeena and nass watersheds, stay from may 15th through till december 1st.
  13. Arthur Vakulchik Young Gun

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    Well sinse im ALREADY 15 and dont have as much days of fishing in me as I use to, I would decide just to go to Alaska and spend the rest of my life there and take a couple trips down to Canada and go were ever they shot Raising the Ghost. Mousing for fiesty Leopard Rainbows on the DH and swinging deep for Chrome bright Kings!
  14. Alex MacDonald Dr. of Doomology

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    My God!! Already 15:eek: I need a drink.... If I won the lottery?? Get a nice Greener with damascus barrels, probably in 20bore, maybe an H&H Royal. And a bamboo Spey rod, take it to Kamchatka or Mongolia. Oh, and take the drift boat down my part of the River Spean.
  15. younggun New Member

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    raising the ghost is on the upper copper in the skeen area where i'm going, swinging for chrome kings is on the kanektok river and so are the rainbows. Both are fly in trips, and i think its approx. $6000 for the kanektok. I can swing for chome kings on the dean in may, dry fly fish steelhead, wet fly fish steelhead, float fish steelhead, fly fish coho, chum, sockeye, pinks all in that time span. so again i'd make it an anual trip from may-dec up north. (ps. i'm 18)