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  1. Help dating a Pflueger Progress Skeleton 60 - 1183

    I'd like to get an approximate manufactured "time period" defined for a Pflueger Progress reel that I've come across. It's model 1183 (60 - which defers to 60 yards), all gunmetal, and has a...
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    I use Loon’s Deep Soft Weight for my nymph...

    I use Loon’s Deep Soft Weight for my nymph fishing. IMO, much better than traditional shot, which gets hung much more.
    Never used it in tying, and struggling to see how you would...
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    Thx all for all of the suggestions. For me, I?m...

    Thx all for all of the suggestions. For me, I?m not too sure if I?d like the magnifiers built in...
    For the Hat eyes, do they have the ability to flip up on top of the hat? My hat is fairly...
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    Don’t know why question marks are all over my...

    Don’t know why question marks are all over my words above... Gotta love computers...
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    Hat magnifier

    Ok... Here?s the deal. I?m at the age to where I need ?assistance? in viewing close up, as my arms only go out so far... When I tie flies, I?m wearing ?cheaters.?
    When I?m on the water, I?m...
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    Ha!! Makes sense... I use it often. Thx ~

    Ha!! Makes sense... I use it often.
    Thx ~
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    Shhan?

    I saw this acronym in this forum, and would like to know what it represents...
    I?m sure it has something to do with finishing off a fly after it?s been tied...
    Thx ~
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    Thx Only Midge...I'll watch... Cheers ~

    Thx Only Midge...I'll watch...
    Cheers ~
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    5 Foot 2 Weight

    Anyone have one up for sale?
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    All - Thanks for all of your suggestions!!! ...

    All -
    Thanks for all of your suggestions!!! I've now got some good starting points.
    Cheers -
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    5 Foot 1 or 2 weight

    I'd like to here some suggestions for a rod that fits into this catagory. I'll be using this to foray into the steeper Mtn. streams of NH, Maine, and VT looking for those 6-10 inch wild brookies. I...
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    Re: So long Joe Torre

    Bamboozle - I've been a Red Sox fan all of my life, and I'm loving all of this!! The reason??? Because the Yankees Organization have just made one of the greatest mistakes they could possibly make...
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    Thanks mdran, pastored, tyonefly

    That's it!! Figures.....I couldn't remember something as easy as that :shock:
    Regards -
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    "Zip" something??

    Help! I thought I read something in one of the boards a while back concerning some sort of product that, once applied, helped your line zip through your guides. I wanna' say they were a "sponser",...
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    Thanks so much for all the useful submittals from...

    Thanks so much for all the useful submittals from everyone. I really appreciate the effort. This board does not dissapoint! :wink:
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    Trolling motor on a Canoe

    I'm thinking about getting a trolling motor for my canoe (Old Town 16 ft), but don't know the first thing about doing it! I've seen trolling motor mounts for canoe's, so that won't be too hard to...
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    North Country Angler in North Conway, NH can set...

    North Country Angler in North Conway, NH can set you up with just about anything. [url=http://www.northcountryangler.com:7c7d8]www.northcountryangler.com[/url:7c7d8] is their site. May be a bit...
  18. Tippit section to dry fly - To float, or not to float

    On most "general" instances, would you want your section of tippit closest to your dry fly to float, or to sink?
  19. Poll - do you "trim" the bottom hackle on your dry fly's?

    Curious to know who out there trims their dry fly's. I spoke with a pretty reputable fly tyer recently who stated that "without a doubt" he recommends triming the bottom hackle on the dry's he ties...
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    Two web sites that you can check out that'll give...

    Two web sites that you can check out that'll give you the most information possible concerning the area, flows, information, etc....
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    Thank you ALL for your posted replys. Much...

    Thank you ALL for your posted replys. Much appreciated.
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    "Thread" Furled leader

    A week 1/2 ago, I posted a thread on my nylon furled leader, and that it had been sinking. I received numerous information of how to keep this leader afloat, but some of those comments also...
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    Excellent advice from all!!! Thanks!

    Excellent advice from all!!! Thanks!
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    Excellent advice from all!!!!! My decision will...

    Excellent advice from all!!!!! My decision will be to go to a thread for Drys - and for now, I'll use a paste for my mono.
    I love the benefits of a furled leader, and the way in which it turns over...
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    Epoxy (or substitution) help

    Please share your thoughts on a good brand of Epoxy (or substitution)to use primarily for wingcase coverage on nymphs. I am preferably looking for something that is "one part" not "two parts" where...
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