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Found 7 results

  1. Anyone familiar with best spots for fly fishing coastal Maine? As of now I'm thinking York, Kittery, Biddeford, Cape Porpoise areas but wanted to see if there are any secret gems out there that should be explored. Cheers!
  2. First post so, hello all! Planning a trip down to Marco Island for mid-May to do some fly fishing. I will be staying across the street from Tigertail Beach and I understand that gets pretty active as things heat up down there. Wondering if there are any extra tips, tricks, and info anyone has on their own excursions down that way and is willing to share. I'll be packing a 9-10 wt with floating and intermediate lines and am looking into some boots to wade through the muck and such. Please and thank you, tight lines!
  3. Bought this spring to fly fish have not had time never been used or cast every thing is new ok have pictures of the rod later. tfo lefty kreh professional 9wt reddington behemoth 9/10 wt Rio intouch striper 400 grain sink tip with 20lb backing two 20lb tippet 5 flies looking for 325 shipped or 310 local pick up in Portsmouth nh
  4. Hello, Is there a fly box (brand, model and size, please) that you’d recommend? Looking for something that I can carry with me when wading; something that can carry Surf Candies, Deceivers, Clouser Deep Minnows... the usual. What about out those of you who also like to carry longer flies such as flat saddles? Thank you, John
  5. I've got tons of flies beyond my overflowing boxes that I am just not using anymore. Most of these I tied myself, but a few are Fulling Mills (Orvis), Umpqua, or Rainy's, and one is from a fellow SOL'er. A few might have swam once before, but are in great shape. All but those few are new just stored for a while. *EDIT* Many of the Lot 2/Backcountry flies have weedguards $55 per lot (28-43 flies) shipped. That's under $2/fly! Lot 1: Great Striper Starter Kit Lot 2: Backcountry Bass, Snook, Redfish, Tarpon, Trout Lot 3: Freshwater Bass (or Blend of Fresh & Salt bass)
  6. In a few weeks, I'm headed down to Panama, into the wild coast, for a week of kayak fishing. While most of the action is on spinning and jigging gear, I'm bringing 10 and 12 wt setups with me as well. We'll be chasing Cubera Snappers, Roosters, maybe Schoolie Yellowfin, Amberjack, and who knows what else. My "go to" flies are half and halfs and big crease flies. Squid flies have also been suggested. I'm probably only going to bring around two dozen flies with me, so I'm looking for any other go to flies people might suggest. I simply don't have the room, with all the conventional gear coming along as well, to carry four different colors in three different sizes of 10 different flies, so I'm hoping to get the most "bang for my buck", so to speak... Thanks!
  7. As a response to the forum about cabelas and bass pro shops thread, give your local fly or tackle shop a shout out. I use a few on the east end of long island and they help me keep the lines tight. On the south fork, Ken at tight lines tackle is great for info and keeps the shop stocked with great products. On the north fork Steve and crew at wego tackle is loaded with all your bottom fishing needs. Support your local shop. What shop(s) takes care of you?