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  1. I ran across this video of the owners 406 Fly lines discussing their thoughts on fly lines and why they got into the making fly lines. It a long video but I thought some might enjoy it. http://www.bamboorodmaking.com/VRG/20200808_VRG_Brodhead_Fly_Lines.html
  2. I enjoy the zoom talk by Ruben Breitkreutz last night. My two cents on fly lines that there are so many tapers and "features" to choose from that you have to cast the line with your rod to know if it's what you really want. I believe you can no longer use the line weight on your rod and match it to the weight on a fly line and end up with combo that you will be happy casting.
  3. Great photos ! thanks for sharing..... I would be interested in a virtual get together. I'm not sure if I could do a tie along with my phone but a round table topic sound like fun.
  4. This download is much better than one I had found on the government site. The government had downloads for each zone but without the maps.
  5. I need some inspiration to get tying for the upcoming season. What's everyone tying?
  6. It's the right call and I support the decision
  7. Michigan State is trying to reintroduce Grayling back into a few streams. Perhaps Alberta can learn from Michigan's attempts at reintroduction. Here's a link with some information and initiatives https://www.migrayling.org/ Below is from the web page The Department of Natural Resources, in partnership with the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians, announced a proposed initiative in June 2016 that aims to bring back an extirpated species to the state – Arctic grayling. The Michigan Arctic Grayling Initiative seeks to establish self-sustaining populations of this species throughout
  8. Yes the flow rates are very high now. It looks like there is about a 2 days between the start of the rain and the rivers rising sharply
  9. I was looking at the Alberta Environment river flow rates website and ran across some of the locations have cameras showing the river. Does anyone know if they plan to add cameras at more locations? It is super useful. The ram river looks pretty low despite the rain. I'm surprised the flow rates are not up that much with all the rain.
  10. Re: BBQ There was a suggestion from the fly line round table to bring out your fly lines to BBQ to test drive different brands and weights. I will have a 4 wt. DT 406 line to test out as well as a 5 wt Royal Wulff Bamboo fly line (long belly) and 7 wt line SA MPX Wavelength from the discontinued bin. It would be a great opportunity to find out what fits your rod and casting style.
  11. This is awesome information. Thanks Peter
  12. 5 got off before I manage to get this guy
  13. fishlover

    Nsr

    Does anyone get out for a couple of hours on the river in the afternoon next week? I'm free to try out any section in the city to warm up my casting and see if the walleye are biting
  14. thanks I might have to try out Slater's Lake this year
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