My 3 wt. fly rod is a Cabela's (3 forks ?). It continues to do a great job for all kinds of fishing. I bought (2) reels for it. One I have sinking line, for drifting the shoreline of lake Erie and the other I have on Floating line for traditional fly fishing. (Panfish)
Depending on where I go, I just change reels and go. Pretty convenient. The fly rod...by far is more fun than any of my spin cast outfits...
Thanks for the kind words. Its been cold and rainy, for the most part, this Spring here in N.E. Ohio. I did manage to get out on lake Erie Saturday April 30th. We caught one Smallmouth. Large Female 5.1 lbs. 21"
No panfish yet. Hope to get into some big Gills soon...with my fly rod.
John, yes, I remember now that you mention "Johnny Redhorse". Always have loved your pics. I don't go there often anymore either, just pop up the occassional report to keep my guide service in the back of people's minds... We'll have to get together sometime!
Wow, It sure seems like you have special equipment, a whole bunch of talent, or have just been lucky with the way your pics turn out. I really appreciate all of the pictures that you are posting.
Hello John!!! I have been waiting for your spring shots all winter!!! Good stuff as usual!! I see you are off to a great start this spring! The fly bug has bite me hard this year. The casting is coming around slow, but surely. The float tube is all pumped up and ready if you want to go out again sometime. Let me know! Have fun fishin!