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    october steelhead



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    1. greyghost

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      Registered: April 2004
      Location: Coastal Rivers, OR
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      Date: 11-6-07
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    John Paine

    Resident fishing dork
    Greyghost....you inspire the rest of us!! Solid work yet again....
    #1 11-6-07 7:52pm

    Chris DeLeone
    Sweet -
    #2 11-6-07 10:36pm

    Jergens

    AKA Joe Willauer
    nice shot! you like that reel?
    #3 11-7-07 3:22am

    Zach M

    Because I floss so hard
    Killer shot and nice fish!
    #4 11-7-07 5:15am

    Unregistered
    damn it Pete! stop bragging by posting so many photos! its hurting my feelings Wink In all seriousness, that is a gorgeous fish. Nice work
    #5 11-7-07 7:30am

    greyghost
    Thanks guys.
    Jergens, I like the reel, especially for the price... it does have a tendency to be a bit sticky when it starts up but hasn't cost me any fish yet so I ain't mad. I'll let ya know when it happens.


    Wil, Get out and get it done!
    #6 11-7-07 8:04am

    Unregistered
    I'm trying man, the fish just arent agreeing with me. I've not spent alot of time on productive steelhead water this fall, but I have managed to loose all 5 fish I've hooked. I'll survive, plus there will be big chrome bright winter steelhead swimming into my local rivers any day now...and then it's really on.


    Also, how do you tie that Pick 'Yer Pocket fly. it looks sweet. I know it involves purple dubbing and a bunch of hackle for feelers but I can't figure out what the body is.
    #7 11-7-07 10:54pm

    Jergens

    AKA Joe Willauer
    will, i just use purple SLF dubbing for the body. the original pattern has some big hackle wrapped at the back and front, i just use webby spey hackle. there are also hair gills (similar to an exaspirator sculipn) but i rarely tie those in. i thing the biggest thing is just using a bunch of grizzly hackles.
    #8 11-8-07 12:06am


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