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  1. Gear/Technique
    Anyone have any thoughts on these two rods? The loomis is 9' and the sage is 9'3", both have nice extended butt handles for figure 8s, I just haven't had the chance to cast them yet. About the same price, too. Most of the fishing I do is in lakes in northern Ontario so I'd like a rod that is...
  2. Fly Tying
    In the winter I tied some flies putting the Bauer power rattle on top of the shank! When i fished them in the spring i noticed the hook was hanging down from the weight! In the summer i started tying the rattle on top of the shank! Found out recently that is even making the fly want to swim...
  3. Classifieds
    This is a brand new line. I test cast it for five minutes in my yard on grass. It is in perfect condition. It is a good line but not for my particular rod and stroke. Staying with the sniper. $55 and I'll ship it wherever within reason.
  4. Warm Water Species
    Had the opportunity to test A couple rods and lines for Musky with Mike Sturza of Lost Creek Fly Shop. The two of us have different casting strokes. My stroke is a fairly aggressive one with a strong haul. I generally require allot of distance capability from my rods and less capability for...
  5. Warm Water Species
    I didn't want to hi-jack the Rio pike/musky line thread with generalities. I'm curious as to what your preferences for lines & grain weights for muskies are and why? So far, I've used the Teeny T-400 (very little as I'm fishing rather shallow areas mostly anyway), but I do love how the line...
  6. Warm Water Species
    Was debating...SRC or Musky...has anyone been out for Tigers recently? I was thinking of heading out tomorrow, hoping there was still some life out there with the cooling temps? Been busy with life in general and dogs in particular so my fly chucking time has been significantly less. Please PM...
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