Fly times in the Everglades

mangohunter11mangohunter11 Posts: 442 Officer
Still tearing it up in the Everglades. I have droped the spinning rod and picked up the fly thanks to my buddy Dan Decibel and have been having a blast. Not as easy as one thinks but I could attest this has freshen things up from the same old routen.
Some flies i have been tying for the Everglades that have been a great sucess so far.
The shrimp/crab patterns at work
Still need lots of pratcie but I'm catching on with 9 reds hammered on fly on my last outting. Stay tunned for the video and fly basket I'm developing for the kayak.
Enjoy everyone! and tight lines!


  • sparse greysparse grey Posts: 1,745 Captain
    Nice fly & pics. Thanks for shring.
    Ron Conner Release the fish, keep the memories. Once a Knight is enough.
  • ShadowcastShadowcast Posts: 1,009 Officer
    Great pics!!
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  • native1native1 Posts: 29 Greenhorn
    cool pics, nothing more gratifying then catching on a fly you tied up.
  • miket1515miket1515 Posts: 38 Deckhand
    Congrats man. I am also picking up fly fishing and I can tell you its an art form.
  • Gaff ItGaff It Posts: 16 Greenhorn
    Nice catch! Can you give some info on the fly (name or how to tie) I've been experimenting with tieing my own flies and would love to give this one a shot. thanks!
  • SUPER DSUPER D Posts: 636 Officer
    very nice, where's the video. The best part of fly fishing is catching something on your own fly.

  • levosgienlevosgien Posts: 164 Officer
    Nice report Mango, picking up fly fishing too. For when the Tarpon Chronicles on the fly?!?!?!?!? fly_fish.gif

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