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    Default Trout snobs and Forum wars.

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    Last edited by lacustris; 30-09-13 at 10:27 AM.

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    I read this just before I went to bed, and now I am so scared I can't sleep.
    What if I actually bump into one of these people on the street?
    Scary.....very scary

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    Maybe now is a good time to ask all Flytalkers to refrain from getting into a fist fight on Sealine (or any other forum for that matter).
    By all means post your comments but keep a level head. There are a lot of good guys on Sealine. Just the facts Jack.
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    So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish.

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    Someone should have mentioned on Sealine to try Korries Crab Patterns, recipe to be found on Flytalk.co.za, ag, sorry, KorrieTalk.co.za
    Bubble, Bubble, Bubble and Squeak...I think this mixture is too weak!!!???" (Wrex Tarr)

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    if you have to explain it to them, there is no point in explaining it to them.
    now try and explain THAT to them.

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    This debate comes down to jealousy.

    Wormers and jiggers, most likely look around and notice that they are sitting knee-deep in rotten bait, mouldy pap, litter (probably that the bait came in), fish heads & scales (hook and cook is the in thing for these people), wondering why they arn't catching any decent fish (see previous point). At some stage, as they are removing a rusty treble from their foot (probably that their "mate" discarded after ripping it out of a fishes gills), they notice that flyfishers are enjoying some pretty good fishing in pristine environments and think "why can't we also fish there" ...
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    I believe, what ever fishing gives you joy, do it.
    But we have to admit, the average "fluffchucker" do consider himself a subspecies of the fisherfolk.
    Korrie Broos

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul J View Post
    if you have to explain it to them, there is no point in explaining it to them.
    now try and explain THAT to them.
    I'm experiencing exactly what you just said.
    So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shamwari View Post
    Someone should have mentioned on Sealine to try Korries Crab Patterns, recipe to be found on Flytalk.co.za, ag, sorry, KorrieTalk.co.za
    So sharp so early on a winters morning, are you also into the Mountain cabbage/aaptwak?
    Korrie Broos

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    Quote Originally Posted by Korrie View Post
    I believe, what ever fishing gives you joy, do it.
    But we have to admit, the average "fluffchucker" do consider himself a subspecies of the fisherfolk.
    ... or an entirely new species.
    So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish.

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