For trade, WF-5-S (type VI), for hooks

This fly line is lightly used.  It is a sinking head, not a sink-tip.  The running line floats and is a high visibility yellow.  I traded it out of one of my reels for a compensated sink. I find that I need some Gama B10S size 6 hooks.  I'll trade you this line for 50 of them.

March 2020 – Ambergris Caye (San Pedro) Belize – 3 Half Days on the Fly (Tarpon & Bonefish)

Fished with Eloy Gonzales (https://www.facebook.com/eloyinbelize/) for three half days on the lagoon side of Ambergris Caye, Belize - home base San Pedro. Used two TFO rods with Orvis Hydros SL reels - 8 wt for bonefish and 10 wt for tarpon. All bonefish caught on Crazy Charlie style fly. Tarpon and cuda caught on hackle/marabou … Continue reading March 2020 – Ambergris Caye (San Pedro) Belize – 3 Half Days on the Fly (Tarpon & Bonefish)

Harmon Creek trip report, 2020-03

9 members showed up to chase the white bass up the creek.

Sinking fly lines or sinking flies were the ticket to hooking fish.  Most of the fish were on the small side with only a few dozen over 10".  The run just hasn't started yet.

The further we went upstream the clearer the water became.  I think this has a bit to do with the powerboats that come into the area.  Once you get past where the bigger boats can reach, the water cleared up nicely.

Lake Bastrop Trip Report: Feb 28-29, 2020

The Lake Bastrop weekend trip was a success.  We had six tents with twelve sleeping spots reserved;  seven hardy fisherman attended, fishing and spending the night on Friday, and fishing again on Saturday morning.  Kayaks and a paddleboard. Friday morning started off rather chilly.  Temps right around 35F.  It warmed up fairly quickly and was … Continue reading Lake Bastrop Trip Report: Feb 28-29, 2020