Out today for the first time, for the morning, this season on the little Cheshire river, after having been on the big Welsh river several times. Totally different.
What a delight to be using the 6'9" Echo glass rod, little delicate casts under overhanging trees. Was surprised how many trees in...
Whenever I am out on a boat or bank, cold and wet and missing fish, getting tangles, I tell myself that I know some who would love to be here cold and wet, missing fish, getting tangles, but are sadly unable to do so.
Another vote for fibreglass, or at least modern ones. On my small river I use an Echo 6'9" 3 wt, got rid of a carbon rod for it. Lovely to cast, roll cast and side cast, nice and soft and don't ping too many fish off.
Just wish I was out using it today but the river still rising, may be few...
Funny 'ol day today.
Conditions were fine: river dropping after rising from recent low level, clear with a slight tinge, high cloud overhead and upstream gentle wind.
Went to a stretch I've visited recently and had many small fish, baby grayling and trout/salmon parr literally by the dozen...
How do you do that lol
I am a digital dinosaur, was shown how to do it.
my pc has microsoft office 2010 (quite old)
open the picture, option is edit picture, then compress.
The one I just opened for trial was 1.39 MB, for web pages compresses to 89.6KB, for email 3.9kb.
You then get the same...
No I don't think it is like a bung. The idea of the bubble, filled with water, was to propel the fly on a spinning rod. beyond the bubble would be maybe 6 feet of leader with the fly. It was basically a casting weight.