"When you've done it, it ain't braggin." Goes right along with "No brag, just fact." You have had a dandy year! If I weren't so dead-set against driving through heavy traffic now, I'd love to head-out to the coast. It would be well-worth the expense of a new 12 weight outfit & the "chumming" I'd undoubtedly do on the big water (no blue water sailor here, lol. Never have been, never will be I reckon. ).I'm not saying that to brag (OK, maybe just a little)
Thanks Matt. back atcha. Unfortunately there's a fine line between enthusiam and needing an intervention. Or being a whiny little bitch in my case.Guy, your enthusiasm is contagious, online and in person. I hope some folks from here can jump on the fishery this year. I would go again if I could. As the guy at the bait dock said, it’s as “good as it gets” this year, and I can attest to SilverFly being a good fishing partner. Do it, do it, do it!
I’m game let’s do thisWell like I said in my hissy-fit post earlier, the more fly fishermen we have interested in this fishery, the more opportunities there will be to fly fish for tuna. What I would love to see is a "critical mass" of fly guys (and gals) that are ready to do this. Not only will it be SO much easier to setup charters, maybe more charters will change their mind about fly crews. Or mixed fly/gear crews.
The way I look at it this is a chance to develop an incredible, WORLD-CLASS FLY fishery, with virtually zero conservation concerns. But we need more than a handful of fly guys out there to change minds and show that fly gear is not only effective, it can play well with conventional gear.
What? like we might have a 4th crew member!I’m game let’s do this
I can't speak for Nick, but he is a busy guy so I'll butt in here in the interest of a quick, partial, and probably incorrect answer.I mean, obviously you are using fly rod, but does it work for multiple clients to fly fish, or have a mix of fly and gear people?