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 Finally quit procrastinating and patched up the gouge in the bottom of my boat last week.  I was able to fish the Northwest river Monday and Tuesday. Monday: two pound bass, two pound catfish and a…Continue

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Hi glad to find this site. I joined yesterday and love to catch gills.  I will fish for anything but my favorite is to catch a mess of gills on the fly rod; but, I sure won't turn down a bass or…Continue

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What are Your Strange Cathches ?

I was just thinking of all the strange catches I've had in the last 58 years.

A starling picked up a rooster tale I tied on to try out a new rod in the back yard.  Two seagulls ate my minnow, A mallard and  a black duck got hooked when they swam by unattended popping bugs took two times to learn my lesson.  A low flying pelican got tangled in the line from my surf rod and became an attack pelican while I cut it free.  Two baby alligators ate my  minnows (their mama was highly upset…

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At 2:42pm on December 4, 2015, Bruce Tomaselli said…

Hi Mark. Glad to be counted among your friends. Have I ever asked  if you've made a tutorial on designing poppers? Like I said, I've made a few for bass and gills, but not nearly as finished as yours. I'm going to get back on it this winter. I need to quit tying trout flies I never use, HA!

At 6:26am on September 30, 2014, dick tabbert said…

Welcome aboard Mark to fishing electronics. Feel free to share in questions or your knowledge of our high tech finders of today or even finders of yesteryear. WELCOME MARK...

At 9:17am on December 20, 2013, David, aka, "McScruff" said…
Mark, where would you recommend purchasing foam popper bodies?
At 3:10pm on March 14, 2013, Jeffrey D. Abney said…

Thanks Mark.....I hear you on the fever......good luck when you make it out!

At 1:42pm on March 14, 2013, Jeffrey D. Abney said…

Hey Mark....I heard the water had cleared up on Northwest...Have you been by there this week? Thanks

At 3:50pm on February 18, 2013, mike martinez said…

Thanks i stayed stuck at 8" for a while, so i started off the year pretty good:)

At 6:31pm on December 3, 2012, Jeffrey D. Abney said…

Hey Mark I picked up some of your bugs off the cards in Bob's for my dad's birthday......He's an avid fly fisherman down in Louisiana and I liked several of your featured flies......Great work on them!

At 7:50pm on June 26, 2012, klrbaer said…

Hi Mark, Thanks for the info on the rod building site. I have looked at that before and it's very helpful.

Talk to you later.

 

At 8:33am on June 25, 2012, klrbaer said…

Hey Mark, Very nice work on the flies and the rod.  Any advise for a new rod builder?  I've made a few spinning rods and rewrapped a few older fly rods and made quite a few ice rods.  I'm just getting a good hold on the processes and I find it very relaxing. I Look forward to talking to you.

 

At 8:18pm on March 5, 2012, Jen Nayfly said…
Thanks for the link!
 
 
 

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