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Fishing Reports / Re: Fishing 9-6-14
« Last post by breamchaser on September 08, 2017, 09:14:59 AM »
Good news, we have not been able to get out fishing yet. Wife's kin all in Harvey's path and we were checking with them and now vehicle problems, seems one thing after the other, but it will all work out in the end. Keep catching those crappie! Take care, John. :smile:
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Fishing Reports / Fishing 9-6-14
« Last post by Rick Z on September 07, 2017, 09:08:33 AM »
Went out of a pond.  Took a long time to find the fish and/or the pattern they wanted.
Got some nice crappie during the last hour.
All on a sparkle eyelash yarn fly.

Rick
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Fly Tying / Re: Time for a laugh?
« Last post by Flyfish on September 04, 2017, 09:20:18 AM »
What a hoot. I've tied flies blindfolded, with no vise, and with crazy unconventional materials but never in my sleep!  Ms. Marilyn better keep a close eye on you
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General Discussion / Re: Prayers for members safety
« Last post by Flyfish on September 02, 2017, 09:12:17 AM »
Ditto John
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Fly Tying / Re: Time for a laugh?
« Last post by breamchaser on August 28, 2017, 05:18:48 PM »
Wife did not say, but that would be my guess, Linecaster43. Take care, John. :smile:
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Fly Tying / Re: Time for a laugh?
« Last post by Linecaster43 on August 28, 2017, 02:09:11 PM »
What were you tying? Woolly Buggers?
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Fly Tying / Time for a laugh?
« Last post by breamchaser on August 28, 2017, 11:35:38 AM »
With hurricane Harvey and all the problems it has caused i forgot to tell y'all of a funny situation that happened night before last. I have heard of people walking in their sleep, but until night before last never heard of anyone tying flies in their sleep. I do NOT remember any of this, but my wife sure does. Sometime during the night I sat up in bed and was moving my hands like I would if I was at my fly tying vise, my wife, Marilyn, asked me, ''What are you doing?'' I told her, ''What does it look like, I'm tying flies.'' She then told me to go back to sleep, which I did. I guess that is way better than nightmares. Hope you got a chuckle out of this. Take care, John. :roflmao:
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General Discussion / Prayers for members safety
« Last post by breamchaser on August 28, 2017, 09:59:04 AM »
This is for all the Warmfly members in Harvey's path, wife and I both send prayers for all Y'all's safety. The news from that part of the country has not been good at all. Wife and I are both familiar with the area, we grew up there, but moved to Mo, after I got out of the USAF. Please all, be safe and check in with us when you can. May God keep you in his safe arms. Take care, John.
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Kisatchie Fly Fishers / March Brown Preparation Checklist
« Last post by Catch on August 27, 2017, 12:13:01 PM »
For those members of KFF going up for our annual "March Brown" trip to the Little Missouri in March, here's a checklist of items to bring.  Some are optional.  Others like "yourself", are not optional!

Tackle
- Fishing License.  In addition to an Arkansas basic license, you'll need the annual non-resident trout permit. 
- Fly rods. Suggested 2wt - 5wt, 5wt most common.  Bring at least 2 rods.
- Fly reels.
- Fly vest. Snippers, fine pliers, other accessories.
- Leader material. The tippet (end of leader) recommend 4x - 6x  depending on size flies you'll use.   
- Flies: size 10 or 12 olive and black woolybuggers, Lil Mo Wooly (littlemissouriflyfishing.com), SR71 Woolybugger (laflyfish.com), size 12 Adams to imitate March Brown mayflies, size 16-18 mayflies to imitate smaller mayflies, size 14-16 elk hair caddis, A&W emergers (littlemissouriflyfishing.com), size 14-16 pheasant tails nymphs, hare's ear nymphs.
- Strike indicators. For nymphs or even woolybuggers.   
- Hat. Preferably quick-dry long-brimmed or wide-brimmed with strap
- Shirts, shorts or pants that quick-dry (nylon or polyester)
- Thermal underwear for layer warmth
- Rain jacket.
- Waders and wading boots (recommend breathable)
- Wading staff (strongly advised if fishing 'Buttbuster Shoal')
- Sunglasses, polarized (amber, yellow best for early am, late pm)
- Net
- Fishing glove (to protect stripping finger)

Comfort items
- Sunscreen. Suggest minimum 30 SPF waterproof
- Clogs or crocs. For after the waders come off
- Small ice chest. For drinks or to keep a few fish to bring home (limit is four)
- Gatorade, Powerade, bottled water to avoid dehydration
- Toiletries
- Medical / health kit for emergency need
- CAMERA
- Cell phone
- GPS / maps.   
- Fly tying bag (don't bring the whole caboodle, just what you need)
- Portable chair
- Cash for breakfast, dinner, snacks, needed supplies

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Red Stick Fly Fishers / Re: 2017 Fall Catch-n-Eat marsh trip - November 10-12
« Last post by Catch on August 27, 2017, 12:06:39 PM »
Catch-and-Eat outing Preparation Checklist:

General items:
- fly rod, suggested 6wt - 8wt, bring at least 2
- fly reels, saltwater proof
- leader material, recommended tippet 10-12 lbs, fluorocarbon for clear water spots
- sink tip connector or intermediate line (if fishing deeper holes)
- speck flies: clousers, pencil poppers or skipping bugs, gurglers, baitfish patterns
- redfish flies: spoonflies, charlies, seaducers, tarpon flies, small poppers
- hat:  preferably quick-dry long-brimmed or wide-brimmed with strap
- shirts, shorts or pants that quick-dry (nylon or polyester)
- sunglasses, polarized
- sunscreen, suggest minimum 30 SPF waterproof
- bug deet or Amber Romance or Swamp Swatter
- disinfectant and first aid kit
- water shoes  (wading booties, pool shoes, clogs)
- ice chest
- beach towels (to dry off and cover seats)
- filet knife and knife glove
- gallon zip lock bags to put your filets in
- Gatorade, Powerade, bottled water to avoid dehydration
- fishing maps
- fishing license
- clothes (non-fishing)

Boat or canoe or kayak items:
- life preservers
- paddles
- seat
- anchor or Cajun anchor
- trolling motor / mount
- battery / battery charger
- net
- fish stringer or fish bag or kayak-size ice chest
- lip gripper and/or fish pliers
- dry storage: dry bag or Pelican box or watertight box

Comfort items:
- lawn chair or portable chair    (BYOC)
- drinks / ice chest for drinks    (BYOD)
- fishing glove or tape (to protect stripping finger)
- fish towel
- camera
- medical / health: bandages, aspirin, antiseptic. First aid kit helpful.
- fly tying bag (bring only what you need)
- extra cash or check to buy shrimp to take home (some places don't accept credit cards)

Cooking items - Cooks provide:
- pot
- lighter for propane tank
- skimmer
- temperature gauge
- detergent / scrub pad
- portable table (optional)

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