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Ron, thank you for another very informative post. I will have to try your BWO the next time I'm swinging soft hackles. Swinging soft hackles is one of my favorite techniques on the Guadalupe. I can usually catch a lot more fish nymphing but the vicious strikes while swinging soft hackles is hard to ...
- Thu Aug 10, 2017 5:09 pm
- Forum: Warmwater
- Topic: Wait for it... Ok, it's just a Wiper
- Replies: 3
- Views: 880
Nice report and congratulations on the fish! Your description of the take was spot on and what I love the most about Striper fishing. Also, next time a fish is running at you ditch the reel and start stripping. You can take up line much faster stripping compared to most fly reels. Once the fish is u...
- Sat Apr 29, 2017 12:57 pm
- Forum: Warmwater
- Topic: Striped Bass -Guadalupe River Below Canyon Lake Dam
- Replies: 23
- Views: 3685
Last summer I spent a lot of time chasing Stripers on the Guadalupe. Without a doubt, they are my favorite fish that I've landed on the fly so far. I'm willing to share a little of what I learned last summer. As far as location I'm not going to share any specifics. I have personally caught or seen S...
- Fri Dec 23, 2016 11:25 am
- Forum: Flies and Tying
- Topic: White Caddis imitation
- Replies: 5
- Views: 2327
Yesterday on my wade back in I noticed a few subtle rises. I tied on a pheasant tail and partridge soft hackle and waited for the fish to reappear. After spotting the fish I made a perfect swing in the area he was rising to. I saw another rise and immediately my line when tight. After a short fight,...
Nice looking flies! I just received a bunch of new tying supplies in the mail today and I'm about to start filling my boxes for the upcoming season. Hopefully I can make a few worthy enough to show off on here.