Discussion in 'Steelhead' started by flyfishmt, Nov 10, 2013.
Why is it only the single handers use this quote?
I'm fishing the Skagit tomorrow so I am currently tying up a butt load of "yarnies" to swing for brats.
Your fishing for Bratwurst? Is that really fly fishing?
Probably soaking the yarnies over night in mustard.
Fished the Skagit kinda hard today, hard for an old guy anyway. No fish. I now officially hate yarnies. Maybe I should have brought my bait casting setup and nymphed those yarnies instead of swinging them.
Kerry , Don't worry " even a blind monkey finds a bananna once in a while". Sooner or later you will find success again !!!!
Just how will this thread get to page 30?
Hey, can you fish yarnies with a Tenkara pole?
My new favorite technique is dapping yarnies for still water steelhead with a tenkara pole
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I imagine you could, But the traditional method is to dapple pearls. This is were the idea for fishing beads came from.
Ya' didna' git' noo fishees wit da yarnies becooz ya' didna' pute dem in da bere ta soke furst! Ya gotsta mak da yarnie dezirbul ta da fishees beye uzin' da proper prepairin'. Den ya wach da fishees grabb onna da yarnie 'cuzin de like da bere flavore wen de is soked inna it.
Hell I'd eat/drink beer yarnies.
This thread has gone way off topic. Let me help. Please complete the following statement.
"People who fish beads under indicators are...."
That should get us to 30 pages.
"People who fish beads under indicators are.... catching more fish"
......likely to outfish you and your fancy Spey flies that take a half hour to tie.
Do you have anything to offer or are you here only to point out the obvious? What you said has been covered over and over and over and over and over and over... Golly thanks.
See the above post...
Thats what I'm talking 'bout. Page 30 here we come!!!
how do I cast my indicator and bead/yarnie with a spey rod?!
"People who fish beads under indicators are comfortable with their sexuality."