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I think some of us can relate to this, I thought it was a pretty funny video I'd share with ya all.[youtube=http://youtube.com/watch?v=eKamBNtyMqU]

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That was beautifull. I think we have all been there.

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ooooooooo yeaaaaaasmile

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Captain, thanks for that. Shows that what we do can be humbling at times.
I love it. That could have been me having "one of those days".

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well he's really patient!!

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If only you guys could have seen the first time I tryed working a sinking line on the lower yuba, Now that was really a disaster.

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I pierced my ear on the Truckee last year when a gust of wind blew my forward cast into my head.


Wear shades, they shield the sun, see the fish, and protect your vision!

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I didn't even know you were recording me that day. biggrin

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i member when i first started fly fishing..i was fishing a lake on the shore and i got a fly stuck on my back...u no the place??? WHERE U CANT REACH...felt like a idot/ fool / a-- hole...had to ask a passerby for help....i think thats when i went and took some lessons....biggrin

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I've hooked myself twice really, really good. Once in the arm and buried the hook up past the curve of the shank. The second time was in wind and got lodged in my head right behind my ear, the hook was barbed! I had my buddy clip the line and left it there all day until we were finished. Back at the truck we needed pliers to pop the hook the rest of the way through past the barb so he could cut the hook to get it out...talk about PAIN! There was a definite POP as it broke through the skin. I have a pic of that one somewhere. Ever since barbless EVERYWHERE I fish!

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I had a very bad experience last season involving a dog, loose line, and a #8 stonefly nymph buried into the muscle in my finger. I spent the better part of an hour working the hook around until I could just barely get the point out past the barb, which I hadn't crimped yet of course!!! I was finally able to snap the point and barb off the hook with some forceps and back it out. I learned a very valuable lesson that day about leaving loose line on the ground, especially around animals!!! The silver lining is that my friend and I went on to beat the fish up that day so after it was all said and done I really didn't care about a minor "flesh wound".
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My sunglasses already had saved my eyes a few times when I hooked myself pretty good one time. Just a really bad cast that landed# 6 or 8 bugger in my knee cap, past the barb (I was wet wading, wearing shorts). I wish I had tought of pushing it futher sopoint and barbpop out and cutting the shank...but I didn't. So Iproceeded to pull against the barb untilthe hook comes out.Didn't work the first few times I tried, the barb was just pulling the thick skin on my knee... Scary the amount of force it needed to come out. And the steady flow of blood for quite a while...No need to say I really believethat barbless hurt less the fish.

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Hey if any of you guys see a newbie struggling like that, up at Putah, it will probably be me..... I am new to this "game"

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AfricanAngler wrote:

Hey if any of you guys see a newbie struggling like that, up at Putah, it will probably be me..... I am new to this "game"



Welcome to the message board. I think we've all been in that guy's (and your) shoes. I remember a couple of years ago running into Brian Clemens on his first trip to Putah Creek. You're not alone.



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That's the way i caught my Putah record. and still trying to figure this thing out..................



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That was good.Yes we all have been there for sure.

Here is a buddy with a new style of nose piercing oops!!!!!!
http://www.tightlineconnection.com/gallery/displayimage.php?album=1&pos=57

-- Edited by fear no fish at 20:29, 2009-03-04

-- Edited by fear no fish at 20:31, 2009-03-04

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