WFF Stillwater Series_5: Outing A to Z

Discussion in 'Stillwater' started by Tim Lockhart, Dec 2, 2010.

  1. Tim Lockhart

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  2. Christian Brewer

    Christian Brewer Super Slacker

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    Another great chapter!!! 10 hours in the round boat and one fly? Nice!!!

    It's amazing that you can see all of that from the round boat!!!
     
  3. Gregg Lundgren

    Gregg Lundgren Now fishing on weekdays too!

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    FF, Thanks for this great post! It really does pull it all together using one outing as an example... start to finish.

    Those are some extremely efficient tactics; my mind would be racing! I'm sure your experience allows most of this thinking to just flow in the background, except for the necessary course corrections.

    Maybe someday we will have the opportunity to do some fishing together. Thanks again for all you have shared!
     
  4. Keith Hixson

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    Been enjoying your articles. Good reading. Since I've been fishing lakes for 35 years, most of your instruction is accurate. Also learned a few things. One can always learn. Thank YOU!
     
  5. charlesasmith

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    Vewry refreshing to hear someone else that has not moved on to the "next level" of few, but large fish or "well it was a beatiful day." My ego still requires numbers over just size. Thanks for the opening comment and specific info fishing the lake.

    Chuck