Trauma said:...probably want to avoid snow....
Those are contradictory statements. If you want to avoid the snow, I would definitely not recommend Fish Lake. Better start looking further down the mountains, and into the valley's.Trauma said:...My buddy wants to fish Fishlake/ Fremont area...
I grew up on Henry's Fork, kind of hard to avoid fishing..45 said:
Since you asked for it...... :twisted:.45 said:
Dang it !!! You are everywhere. :shock:proutdoors said:Since you asked for it...... :twisted:.45 said:
I have fly-fished for several years on the Sevier River, and it isn't too terribly cold compared to other spots, and the fish get little pressure year round on the east fork south of Antimony.
How is that for you .45? :mrgreen:
Well.....that make's you some sort of a 'Fly Guy'.. :evil: :evil:proutdoors said:Dang skippy, I am everywhere! :twisted:
I love using a light rod with elk hairs, they seem to work year round down there. Makes it interesting when the wind picks up though. I scout for elk in the mornings and evenings, fly-fish during the mid-day. Since I go down to that neck of the woods at least once a month, I get plenty of 'fly time'. I must admit, this is the first time I have ventured into the fly fishing arena for posting, I almost feel like I am trespassing. :shock:
So your magic chair is 9 feet from the TV and your remote is broken? Is that what you are saying?.45 said:I actually use a fly rod quite a bit...I really don't want anybody to know that...I like giving the fly fishermen a hard time... :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
9' is too flimsy, so is the 8'6". The 7'3" 3wt works the best for that... :mrgreen: :mrgreen:ScottyP said: