Discussion in 'Photography / Video' started by Backyard, Jul 26, 2006.
IBN, you got that pipe wrench? :rofl:
yeah, that's pretty weak http://www.e-sabertooth.com/images/suburban.jpg
The clean up pick is the CWU ROTC
The nymphs are an image from the WOrley bugger website taken in April 2003. I like how you edited out the photo credits from the lower right.
http://www.worleybuggerflyco.com/images/April Salmon Fly Nymphs.jpg
So cheating at a meaningless game, then lying about it.... Your family must be so proud.
guarentee that guy never post again on this site.
so has any one done it yet? I just found this thread and i am going to try like hell if no one has done it yet!
One guy tried..... Just don't cheat...Or yard will do horrible things to you with a tire iron. I'm gonna take a camera with me this weekend and try for it.
ChadK supposedly has all but one.
supposedly??? Give me a saturday with 80 degree weather, and I'll be done...
I own a reptile, so that is easy. I live by the Sky, so most of the others come easy as well. But I can't find a rubber hatch until the weather cooperates with my schedule....
Oh man, that guy got his ass banned. NICE!!!
Its a good thing, he deserves it. We dont need people like that on the board
Okay so I think I've got it done. I didn't want the images to take forever to load when people check this so I've loaded them all on a web page CLICK HERE to see the photos. PM me for my info.
I'd have to ding you for calling that alligator lizard a 'geko' in the pic title though
Rubber hatch is a tough call. I agree that a hatch can occur near the water though... Judges?
The nymph in the hand will also be a tough call. It's technically in your hand, but not touching it....
Nice going either way!
I think that since rubber tubes are terestrial, not aquatic invertabretes it is very likely that they would hatch some distance from the water, but I am no entomologist! I can't even spell!
so whats the big box of streamers look like?