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    Quote Originally Posted by dpammenter View Post
    now now, fly fishermen have never been greedy folk
    but we all would rather be fishing than working and a million tons of gold will achieve that alright

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    Quote Originally Posted by pieterkriel View Post
    but we all would rather be fishing than working and a million tons of gold will achieve that alright
    Quite right Pieter, I still can't believe that Keith Wallington is giving up the Vaal to go to the UK to concentrate on Greyling or am I ( the uneducated one) missing something here in terms of Greyling??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herman Jooste View Post
    Quite right Pieter, I still can't believe that Keith Wallington is giving up the Vaal to go to the UK to concentrate on Greyling or am I ( the uneducated one) missing something here in terms of Greyling??
    we had a Welsh guy here, he recons Greylings cant compete

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    5lb 15oz world record grayling caught in 1967 ?

    Screw that ... running into 5lb SM on the Vaal happens with every outing.
    "Hierdie drol het baie vlieŽ" - Ago 2014.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scythe View Post
    5lb 15oz world record grayling caught in 1967 ?

    Screw that ... running into 5lb SM on the Vaal happens with every outing.
    I agree, but there must be more to Keith's decision. Are Greyling more difficult to catch?. Hopefully Keith will enlighten us
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    If I may be so bold. KW is moving for business reasons you cannot sustain a family on Grayling.

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    Quick to take a fly and likely to jump when hooked. Easy to catch with wet or dry flies, nymphs, small spinning lures and natural bait, especially salmon eggs. Grayling have strong schooling tendencies.
    http://members.tripod.com/~higharc/n...humbnail6c.jpg

    It's an odd looking fish for sure, but I doubt he is relocating to satisfy his curiosity with odd looking things. He mentioned business opportunities in his last YellowsOnFly Blog Entry.
    "Hierdie drol het baie vlieŽ" - Ago 2014.

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