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    Quote Originally Posted by nbunga View Post
    A little off topic but whatís a good fly rod setup to learn with. Something to start off with and practice in my pond? I know nothing at all about them.
    I really do like Orvis rods, they have a entry level set up called a Clearwater that comes with a reel and rod set that carries a good warranty an cast quite well for the money. There are less expensive setups, but they donít cast or last as well.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    I really do like Orvis rods, they have a entry level set up called a Clearwater that comes with a reel and rod set that carries a good warranty an cast quite well for the money. There are less expensive setups, but they donít cast or last as well.


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    Thanks, Iíll check them out. Iíd rather pay a little more for something that works well versus buying cheap and getting pissed off trying to learn on it and then give up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nbunga View Post
    Thanks, Iíll check them out. Iíd rather pay a little more for something that works well versus buying cheap and getting pissed off trying to learn on it and then give up.
    I couldnít agree more. Having crap equipment and quitting because you get frustrated with is a great way to miss out on a wonderful sport. Next to running the Jeep, itís my favorite thing to do.


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    Yakima has a new rod holder that looks pretty sweet...pricey for what it is, but sweet nonetheless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nbunga View Post
    Thanks, Iíll check them out. Iíd rather pay a little more for something that works well versus buying cheap and getting pissed off trying to learn on it and then give up.
    Andy I asked my dad and he said he has a couple fly rods for you that you could get used to fly fishing with before you spend any money on equipment


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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    Andy I asked my dad and he said he has a couple fly rods for you that you could get used to fly fishing with before you spend any money on equipment


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    Well thatís just awesome! Thanks. Iíll have to get them from you next time I see you. When you get your tipm back weíll have to Try to figure out what the hells wrong with Brick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nbunga View Post
    A little off topic but whatís a good fly rod setup to learn with. Something to start off with and practice in my pond? I know nothing at all about them.
    Buy the very best you can afford...and donít give up; fly fishing doesnít happen overnight...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    We didnít have a scale on the river but plus it minus 30 lbs. I was chasing a 48Ē+ salmon up and down the river that had to weight in the 40 lb class. My 8 wt rod could take it it and broke after the third battle. He won , I lost. I ordered a 10 wt hydros for next year. Happy birthday to me!


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    Quote Originally Posted by HighwayTrout View Post
    Nice! Bummer about your 8wt though. Mine did the same. But mine was due to my shit back cast in the wind and a heavy clouser smashing into it. lol
    Looking at snagging a 10í 10wt H3. Let us know what you think of the new stick.
    Ouch...I just ordered me a 10í 8wt Sage X...lmk how you like Hydros...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkey View Post
    Yakima has a new rod holder that looks pretty sweet...pricey for what it is, but sweet nonetheless.

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    That looks nice...Iíve already mounted my rod holder from Denver Outfitters on my trailer recently...
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    Quote Originally Posted by nbunga View Post
    Well thatís just awesome! Thanks. Iíll have to get them from you next time I see you. When you get your tipm back weíll have to Try to figure out what the hells wrong with Brick.
    Sounds great Iíll have him get them out


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