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FLOAT TUBE FISHING FORUM » Fishing Tactics, Tackle, and reviews » Flyfishing Corner » Midwest Fly Guys?

Midwest Fly Guys?

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1 Midwest Fly Guys? on Tue Jul 19, 2016 8:28 pm


Hey all,

Recently joined the forum and have been a lifelong fly fisherman. Grew up in the PNW but now in Omaha. Anyone else a fly fisherman in the Midwest and can share some advice on catching bass, pike, etc.?

I'm also into fly tying and would love to connect with others that are also.


2 Re: Midwest Fly Guys? on Tue Jul 19, 2016 8:31 pm


Cool there are flyfishermen here sir and there are some good tiers as well. I am sure they will chime in soon. Maybe in time we can set up a fly swap they are fun if you have never tried one you should.

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3 Re: Midwest Fly Guys? on Wed Jul 20, 2016 6:30 am


I love the idea of the fly swap! That would be a great way to get exposure to new patterns, tying techniques and all around connections.

4 Re: Midwest Fly Guys? on Mon Sep 18, 2017 9:35 am


Hi Mark,

I know this is coming a bit late as you posted back in July, but I just joined the forum on Aug. 31 and just this moment discovered "Flyfishing Corner". Smile I live in Michigan and fish for bass, pike and bluegills all the time. I started tying flies when I started fly fishing, so I've been doing both for 20 years as of this year. I'd be up for a fly swap sometime, but it would have to be later this year, as I'm hosting one swap and participating in another on a fly tying forum, plus I'm teaching a fly tying class in October and November, so between that and work I'll be tied up (pun intended Smile ) for a while.
I am jealous of your upbringing in the PNW -- that is where I've always said I want to go after retirement! Perfect climate for me and year-round fishing, can't beat that.
So, give us a shout back here, or shoot me a PM or whatever -- I'm always up to talk fishing. Smile

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