View Poll Results: What is your biggest SMALLMOUTH on Fly

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  • 1kg-2kg

    14 11.57%
  • 2kg-3kg

    27 22.31%
  • 3kg-4kg

    39 32.23%
  • 4kg-4.5kg

    17 14.05%
  • 4.5kg-5kg

    7 5.79%
  • >5kg

    17 14.05%
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Thread: What's your biggest SM Yellowfish

  1. #61
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    Quote Originally Posted by E.T. View Post
    I didn't know Christina had a younger sister??? Can only imagine the damage a kitten like that can cause in such a confined space

    The questions is.... Are you bragging or complaining???
    Haha-if that was the case I def wouldn't have complained!

    But that would have been a DODGY drive indeed!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quintin View Post
    Haha-if that was the case I def wouldn't have complained!

    But that would have been a DODGY drive indeed!!
    At least you would have had something to kill time with, whilst sitting under that bridge, waiting for the hale to pass.
    Last edited by E.T.; 04-10-11 at 01:50 PM.

  3. #63
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    Quote Originally Posted by smallstreams.co.za View Post
    Nice fish!! Large enough to have to use 2 nets as well
    Now you see why I need a BIG net , unfortunately not for my own fish though
    Andrew Schlosser

    I started out with nothin' and I still got most of it left - Seasick Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyFanatic View Post
    interesting enough, for me my pb of 4kg didnt give me half the battle my next pb of around 3kg gave me, this one properly revved me! was at oord nebo, herman took the photo.

    caught pb at schoemansdrift after fishing that venue week in and week out for about 2 years!
    Here's the pic. A bit fuzzy I'm afraid. There again I'm known for taking fuzzy pics
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herman Jooste View Post
    Here's the pic. A bit fuzzy I'm afraid. There again I'm known for taking fuzzy pics
    Hermantator, that is becasue you used your Windihoek Draught lens man...eish
    Bubble, Bubble, Bubble and Squeak...I think this mixture is too weak!!!???" (Wrex Tarr)

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    How where all of these SM caught? Can the fly fishers specify?
    Dry, nymph, wet fly?
    Korrie Broos

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    Nymphing, adds depth to your fly fishing.
    Nymphing, is fly fishing in another dimension

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    Mine have all been on nymphs, except for one good fish that I got this past weekend on a woolybugger.
    Andrew Schlosser

    I started out with nothin' and I still got most of it left - Seasick Steve

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    Mine have all been caught while nymphing! I still need to get a bar of gold on a dry in the Vaal...

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    All my bigger fish have been on tiny (#16 or #18) black or PTN nymphs.
    Bryan Williams

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  10. #70
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    All my big yellows, 3kg+, have been on dry and normally winter sight-fishing, going into pre-spawn....

    AWESOME STUFF... I get goose bumps thinking about it again
    Barend Esterhuizen Pr Eng

    "But engineering isn't about perfect solutions; it's about doing the best you can with limited resources."
    The last lecture, Randy Pausch

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