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By: grillmaster (offline)  Thursday, March 02 2017 @ 07:40 PM EST (Read 1811 times)  

I returned to fly fishing in 2015 after amost 20 years of pursuing a different hobby. First time out I connected with a couple of medium sized brookies but they could have been giants as the adrenalin burst was huge. Pardon the pun, but I was hooked again! I started upgrading rods, reels, line, waders and got back into tying flies.  I have a small brook near me where there were (were, as the drought last year almost completely dried the brook up ) plenty of small native brookies. I had a ball with my 2 wt. Went after larger rainbows etc. and enjoyed the time out on the streams and the thrill of a good fish tugging at the line.  This past season I purchased a Kayak and hit the local ponds for bluegill and Crappie on the 2 wt. and Bass on the 6wt. in order to just be fishing as the low levels in the streams and rivers around here weren't good for productive fishing. Well, that was a blast too! Looking to go after some Pike this season. Hoping the water levels stay up for some good trout fishing again.

   
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By: LeeGoldsmith (offline)  Thursday, March 02 2017 @ 09:02 PM EST  

Hi Bruce

Welcome to the site and you now have full access to the forum.  Checkout the fly tying section, lots of tying video's.

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By: Dave V (offline)  Friday, March 03 2017 @ 06:29 AM EST  

Welcome to the site Bruce and welcome back to the fly fishing addiction. Smile  looking forward to hearing more about your fishing adventures hopefully some photos as well.  Enjoy your time on the water in the up coming season 



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By: johnl (offline)  Monday, March 06 2017 @ 07:11 PM EST  

Welcome Bruce

   
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By: LeeGoldsmith (offline)  Wednesday, March 08 2017 @ 01:06 PM EST  

Hi Bruce

I think you need to check out the site a little more.  If you see others on the site at the same time as you open the chat room, good way to get to know others on the site.  Don't forget to create an album for your photo's to show all.

Hope you like the site and will become an active user.Welcome to the Site 

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By: Ktbone (offline)  Friday, March 17 2017 @ 06:46 PM EDT  

Hey Bruce welcome to the site.  Where do you hail from?


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