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Fly fishing or Bird Hunting?

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shotgun25
That is a tough one for me I love bird hunting but there are more days for FF. one does not seem right without the other if I had to pick I go with bird hunting I share a lot of memories with my friend.

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Guest
I think my future will include more fly fishing than hunting but that is not by choice.

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JK SE PA
No hesitation, fly fishing.

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Definitely flyfishing.

 Brian.

so, then, do you have more flyrods than setters?

Nope, no fly rods around here.  Basically, I just dress up like a fly fishermen, wife see's me, Brad Pitt from a "River Runs Through It" comes to mind...and it gets interesting.  

"It" being...

So, when the original poster asked if it was “one or the other”.  

You can see my dilemma.

 Brian.

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john mcg
Definitely flyfishing.

 Brian.

You surprised me, Brian.

Just got back from Pittsburg and got into some great fishing.

The temps shot up mid-day yesterday, so I cranked up the AC and went scouting. Found some interesting stuff away up.

Saw a RI truck (looked like a multiple dog training rig). Fella had the look of being on a serious mission.

Locals say bird numbers are looking good.

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Ted Moore

That was probably Tim's X-trainer, the famous John Stolgitis. He trains up there all summer. How was the fishing, John?

W/C C

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john mcg
That was probably Tim's X-trainer, the famous John Stolgitis. He trains up there all summer. How was the fishing, John?

W/C C

Ted--the fishing was awesome. I fished mostly around the 'Bridge Pool' on the Trophy Stretch and the trout were nice to me.

Tried the Magalloway bridge at mid-day, but nothing but small salmon.

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Definitely flyfishing.

 Brian.

You surprised me, Brian.

John,

Read the post right above your first post in this topic...it explains everything about me...well, not everything...but something...lol

 Brian.

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john mcg
Definitely flyfishing.

 Brian.

You surprised me, Brian.

John,

Read the post right above your first post in this topic...it explains everything about me...well, not everything...but something...lol

 Brian.

Son--you have me confused. If memory serves, I started the thread and I'm not sure where to find the post above my first post.

Please help me. That explains much about myself.

:)

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john mcg
lol...okay, I ain't to bright...lol

Nah--you're just showing signs of senility.

Me? I'm just a stumble from brain dead.

:laugh:

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Briarscratch
lol...okay, I ain't to bright...lol

Nah--you're just showing signs of senility.

But apparently his "tackle" still works.

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john mcg

Brian being a cross-dresser.

I need a couple more days to wrap my mind around that one.

Maybe I've had those Michigan guys on a too high pedestal.

I dunno.

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Brian being a cross-dresser.

My wife dresses me, well if we go anywhere fancy that is.

The other day we were getting ready for my daughters wedding and she says..."What shirt are you wearing, of the two I have laid out?"

Me..."Oh, I don't know...I guess I'll wear g*y shirt number one"..."G*y shirt number two is way over the top."

I'm not even going to go into the "crap" she put in my hair to make it "nice", the way she likes it.

eeerrrr...

 Brian.

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