Posts : 87 Join date : 2011-02-21 Age : 46 Location : Ontario Canada
Hello forum. I know it's been a long time since I last posted. I have still been fishing, just not posting. So I'll start here in the fly fishing category. I would like to share some poppers I have made for my (soon to be here) bass season. I'll snoop around and do some catching up. Cheers! [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Posts : 13037 Join date : 2010-01-16 Age : 46 Location : So Cal / Orange County
Very nice guys I wish I did more fly fishing, I love to tie flies just not cast them. Not that it is not fun it is a blast, maybe when I am older and the kids are going I will have more time to get back it to fly fishing. For now nice work guys thanks for sharing.
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Posts : 391 Join date : 2013-06-17 Age : 62 Location : Lake Murray, SC... Carolina's "Freshwater Coast"
I prefer fly fishing over all others. It's not always the right thing to do, and I have all kinds of other stuff. But it's the connection between man, line, and fish - without machinery that I love. To catch them on my own flies is icing on the cake.
Thanks for the kind words everyone! I do make the time before or after work to do some tinkering with the poppers, it just depends on what it is I want to do if I should do it now or wait for a better time. Like epoxying. That I have learned to do in natural light, not at night under a light. These little poppers here are for bream/pan-fish that I'll be turning into earrings. I'll post them when I finished them. I also have a few of these little poppers for fishing. Tight Lines!