Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Paul_, Jul 4, 2014.
Yup. I don't think a little touch up paint will correct the damage.
No, that won't buff out at all...
Instead of the "car body hole", which every river has at least one of, we will have the "plane body hole".
My Son and I were fishing yesterday when he heard a loud screech. He looked up to the road on the other side of the river to see a camp trailer heading for the edge of the road. It had broke loose from the truck pulling it. It came to a rest just inches from going over the edge and into the river.
Although expensive they would make great habitat.
In the future, if you're boarding a Boeing jet and notice old caddis cases on the fuselage, demand an upgrade.
Just think. That A.P body would make a nice house. Just give it some insulation Blankets and it will stay warm in the winter time. It won't rust, sorry corrode if it's been sprayed with a inhibitor. When it rains you can fall asleep to the rain drops on the roof. Lots of uses for them bodies.
yeah, It would be like living in a giant Airstream trailer...
After looking at the image I kept thinking about some weird,convoluted,Woody Allenesque,mega hatch.Those poor boeing larvae are just crawling up the rocks hoping to shuck some chrome for wings.Weird, I know.
The ones there are using now didn't cost the public anything. Looks like a good deal to me. Boeing might think otherwise.
I remember when a bunch of tank cars derailed in northern CA on the upper Sac, and dumped weed killer into the river. Looking at these photos, at first i thought it was the St. Regis, not Clark Fork!
Guess it's taking a little longer to clean up than originally anticipated. It did sound like an optimistic timeline. I heard Tuesday as the estimate today.
Huh, and I thought they were put there to control bank erosion.
It would be kind of tough to tie them up as a dry.
That was a really bad spill that killed off a very large number of trout