Advanced Indicator Rig Instructional Video

PT

Physhicist
#63
It's nothing more than cheap entertainment watching people get riled up over how another person is fishing. Most of my fish the past couple years have come with a float and shrimp tail dangling below it cast with a levelwind. The 15 years before that is was strictly the fly. The years before that it was a corky and yarn, bobber and jig, spoon, spinner....

(I know, this fish is lying on the rocks with a hook in its chin)

Steelhead 1.jpg
 

Charles Sullivan

ignoring Rob Allen and Generic
#64
It's a fair question as to whether T-14 and intruders are flyfishing. I know a few Canadians who woud say it isn't. I'll use T-14 but more likely T-8. I don't use half chicken flies or weighted flies. They are a bear to cast.

I would say for myself that T material is still fly line/tips. Weighted flies are something I don't ever really use. But if I did, I wouldn't get mad if someone told me it wasn't flyfishing. I could see that and hell, it isn't anything bad to fish gear.

Go Sox,
cds
 
#65
I suppose I don't understand the need to rigidly define these things in threads that originally had nothing to do with defining them. It's a fly fishing forum. People use indicators with fly rods. If you can't come across a thread about the subject without feeling the need to proclaim "just use a gear rod" or "that's not fly fishing" then you're a retard.
 

David Dalan

69°19'15.35" N 18°44'22.74" E
#66
Hey Guys,
We put together this video for our newsletter and thought I would share it with ya'll.


Stuff you need:
-30-40lb Mono (Super Stron AR or Maxima work great)
-Old Fly Line
-Thingamabobbers
-Barrel Swivel (I like the P-Line swivels)
-0X, 1X, 2X Fluorocarbon Tippet
-Split Shot or Tungsten Putty
-Your favorite steelhead flies or beads/hooks
-Steelhead River
-Hungry Fish!!!


Hope you enjoy it, learn a few things, and hook up! If you have any questions feel free to shoot me a pm.

Regards,
Jason Cotta
Fishing Manager
Orvis Bellevue, WA
I hope we didn't run you off. This is a mighty thread. You're strong with the force.
 

David Dalan

69°19'15.35" N 18°44'22.74" E
#68
I suppose I don't understand the need to rigidly define these things in threads that originally had nothing to do with defining them. It's a fly fishing forum. People use indicators with fly rods. If you can't come across a thread about the subject without feeling the need to proclaim "just use a gear rod" or "that's not fly fishing" then you're a retard.
Awww if we stayed on topic this whole website would be pointless. :)
 

Charles Sullivan

ignoring Rob Allen and Generic
#69
It's nothing more than cheap entertainment watching people get riled up over how another person is fishing. Most of my fish the past couple years have come with a float and shrimp tail dangling below it cast with a levelwind. The 15 years before that is was strictly the fly. The years before that it was a corky and yarn, bobber and jig, spoon, spinner....

(I know, this fish is lying on the rocks with a hook in its chin)

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Snagger!

Go Sox,
cds
 

golfman44

5-Time Puget Sound Steelhead Guide of the Year
#71
It would consist of two threads. One about nymphing and one about which line to use on a particular Spey rod.

Oh, and the thread where OMJ tells us how he can fish the skinny waters of Montana from the driver seat of his pickup. So 3 threads.
Four.

Daniels rookies log will be around forever
 

plaegreid

Saved by the buoyancy of citrus
#72
It would consist of two threads. One about nymphing and one about which line to use on a particular Spey rod.

Oh, and the thread where OMJ tells us how he can fish the skinny waters of Montana from the driver seat of his pickup. So 3 threads.
You forgot the bobo thread.
 

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