Black Clouser

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About Black Clouser

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  • About Me:
    Avid Fly Fisherman/Tier
  • Interests (Hobbies, favorite activities, etc.):
    Fly Tying, Kayaking
  • What I do for a living:
    Own Window Cleaning Bsiness

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  1. Good Morning Dick, My thoughts and Prayers are with you, stay strong BD and spring will come. The tug is the drug BC
  2. The Delica 4 is my all time favorite edc knife. Basically the Salt 2 is a Delica 4. It's pretty much the same FRN handle with no liners....at a extremely light 2.10 oz this makes it even lighter than the iconic Delica 4. The big difference is the H-1 blade steel, blade shape, titanium pocket clip and all rust proof hardware. BC
  3. Thanks RiverRaider, this is what the stock blade looked like before I modified it:
  4. Todays EDC with a blade modified Spyderco H-1 (Rust Proof Steel) Salt 2. BC
  5. hey redfishkiller, That nite ize key ring is awesome. Had mine for over two years....I'm sure you will like it also. BC
  6. My EDC .....Spyderco Delica 4 that I converted into a "Kahr Arms version" after damaging the tip. Love this shorty blade and it's legal now when I get back home to Boston. BC
  7. First off what a great Thread started by Fishin Technician. I really enjoyed everyones stories. I can remember as a 6 year old living in Stoneham, MA sitting on the floor with my white cowboy hat on watching Gababout Gaddis and Curt Gowdy on our small black and white TV. The next year my Parents would bring me to Stoddards in Boston almost every Saturday..... If I was good. Next to going to Fenway Park, 50 Temple Place was the coolest place ever to me. The front of the store was a cutlery shop and up a few steps in back was the holly grail of fly fishing, I just loved opening all those wooden drawers and seeing all the colorful fly tying materials hidden within. The best part of Stoddards was Ed Hawley. He was always dressed in a tweed sport coat and tie. Ed would always tie a fly for me as I watched in total amazement and the best part was it was mine to keep. The next year we moved to Reading and I discovered Sid Whites Sports and Hobbies in Reading Center. Sid smoked a pipe and was a very skilled fly fisherman and tyer that was kind enough to really get me started in Fly Fishing. A Six wt Cortland fiberglass Rod, Medalist reel and a Cortland 333 Floating DT Line was the first outfit. The Ipswich River in North Reading was my home water and my first hatchery trout was on a size 14 White Miller Dry Fly. I remember multiple outings to the Malden Anglers Club pond in Saugus that Sid would take us to, what an awesome place and time to be a kid. These four class people are the reason for my passion with the fly rod. BC
  8. Really like my Spyderco Delica 4 mod shown here in a pocket dump. BC
  9. BD I always look forward to your reports and I got to tell you this one is very special. It totally made my day reading the events of the morning today. It's like we were all are there sharing this outing with you, Mike, Stan and Ritchie.......Well done Dick. BC
  10. Just another Sunday walk in the grass . BC
  11. Hey Manny, Hope all is well. My favorite time of the year Flood Tide Grass fishing has been crazy good lately.....The Backcountry CL Wide is my trusty 7wt reel combined with the old Sage Xi2. It's my go to set up for reds down here in NE FL. A real shame there not making this iconic reel any more. GO SOX BC
  12. Oh no it's not looking good for me BrianBM. Red Sox Nation Go Pats BC
  13. BrianBM, my bad...... sorry BC
  14. WTB discontinued, old style Simms Dry Creek Chest Pack that attaches to the Simms Dry Creek Day Pack. Here'e a Pic: BC
  15. The BC Critter Fly has officially one shepshead to it's credit now and probably hundreds of reds, like this guy here, from a quick walk in (no boat) trip a few evenings ago. BC