Lanyards - How many of you guys wear them?

David Loy

Senior Moment
#61
I wear one sometimes but still bounce back and forth with a patagonia vest I have scienced out. I like the idea of a lanyard but try to keep it light. When I wear it, I think of the tools as my "Lucky Charms". When I really wanna go light, or simply accessorize, I hang Brodin Clips from each ear with spools of tippet. Got that tip from an old Geographic.
 

Kent Lufkin

Remember when you could remember everything?
#63
I wear one sometimes but still bounce back and forth with a patagonia vest I have scienced out. I like the idea of a lanyard but try to keep it light. When I wear it, I think of the tools as my "Lucky Charms". When I really wanna go light, or simply accessorize, I hang Brodin Clips from each ear with spools of tippet. Got that tip from an old Geographic.
Too funny David! I can hardly imagine you as a Ubangi!

K
 

bennysbuddy

the sultan of swing
#64
To catch fish I don't have to get very far from my truck. I keep all my junk on the front seat so I only have to reach across to pick something out of my fly box. If you know me you would understand why I do it that way. I don't move around very good anymore. It sucks to be old.
Why don't you have a sunroof installed on your trucks roof ? Then you could pull up to the river open the sunroof and stand on the seat and fish, all your stuff would be handy & no walking involved..
 

Old Man

Just an Old Man
#65
Why don't you have a sunroof installed on your trucks roof ? Then you could pull up to the river open the sunroof and stand on the seat and fish, all your stuff would be handy & no walking involved..
I never thought of that. Thanks for the hint. There are so many fish close to hand I don't have to hike up and down the stream to locate the fish. I stopped at one place and held my arm out over the water and the fish all scattered. There are more fish here than at RFC. But they are very wary.

This thread has helped me reach 19,000 posts.

Thank you bennysbuddy
 

Old Man

Just an Old Man
#67
I think I turned over 10,000. right after I moved to Montana. It's taken me over 7 years to reach 19,000. Five a day should help you all along. Or maybe 6 will make you more.