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    nope sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingfisher View Post
    Agree with you Michael. Same with flyrods. I have seen Sage copies made in SA. Not the real thing.
    When/Where was this?
    Fishing is just my thing. I don't know what it is but it seems that i just can't get enough of it.

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    They lurk among us, Werner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fario View Post
    A quick question Poeperhel, how many brandy and cokes do you normally down by 5.22 pm?
    Is this the best you could ''chirp'', POOFTER KING, you Hollywood Hooligan. Compliments of the new year for 2012 to Angie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adixion View Post
    hi all

    hope this is the right place to post this - im still new to the forum

    I have PING i10 golf clubs in great condition to SWAP for fishing gear to the value of R2500

    Im looking for a trout Rod, 5/6 and reel....maybe some floating line to go with it

    let me know if anyone is interested........

    Scotty Da Da DOG!!!!
    Howzit, Save your clubs.. You can pickup a starter kit for roughly R750 odd (Explorer 4 piece 5/6 weight rod, 5/6 weight reel, WF floating line) look at Sportman's warehouse or your local flyfishing shops. Depending on how often you are going to fish, you need not empty our wallets...

    Just a thought, I am quite new in this as well. Not a expert by far...
    Last edited by Flubber; 23-01-12 at 05:16 PM. Reason: Spelling

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