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1 Hi everyone on Fri Jan 03, 2014 12:50 am


New FTFF Member
New FTFF Member
In early July I took my girlfriend up fishing to a little lake up above Timpanogos Cave in the Wasatch mountains just south of Salt Lake City.  We saw a guy in a float tube and got intrigued, bought a CA Cumberland and tried it out at Jordanelle Reservoir the next weekend.  Haven't fished from the shore since.  We bought her a Caddis tube and got in the water pretty much both weekend days from there till it got too cold in late October.  We got waders, which extended our season by a couple of months.  Now I don't know what to do with myself.  I miss it so much.  We ran all over the Wasatch mountains and the high Uintahs.  It was fantastic.

I'm really enjoying this forum and reading about different techniques and tube mods.  I'm hoping to build a FF and rod rack with a canopy option, as I got horribly burned a few times.  I'd also like to be able to stay out in the rain a bit if there's no lightning.  

I'm learning a lot and getting some great ideas.  We caught tons of trout but I'm wanting to branch out a bit.  LMB probably, not sure what else.  We spent a few nights at local ponds catching cats.  

Great site.  The people here seem really cool and helpful.

2 Re: Hi everyone on Fri Jan 03, 2014 6:49 am

Tony G Fishing

Welcome Troutbain!!!!! Yes this is a very cool site....bunch of great peeps thst will help if needed!

Tony g

3 Re: Hi everyone on Fri Jan 03, 2014 10:28 am


Team Poseidon
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welcome man I think I remember seeing a canopy mod by someone awhile back so it might take some digging on your part but that would definitely be cool just keep in mind you still have to make that long cast!

4 Re: Hi everyone on Fri Jan 03, 2014 11:19 am


Welcome to.the darkside my friend

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5 Re: Hi everyone on Mon Mar 03, 2014 2:05 pm


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Welcome aboard.
Hope u enjoy it on this site.
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