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Title: Slip Indicators
Description: How to use the Styro slip indicators for deep nymphing
Submit Date: Thu Nov 06 2008
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Date Submitted: Thu May 15 2008
Location: Salt Lake City
State: Utah
Fish: Cutthroat Trout

Description:Intermediate line on a 6 weight rod with a Hot Chocolate fly at Henry's Lake, Idaho September of 2006. Around noon.

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Forum Responses:

Re: [TubeDude] Deer Creek Charlston launch
Thanks.
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Deer Creek Charlston launch
Is this still accessible with a pontoon? What flies?
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Blackfoot Res.
New to this place. I will be spending a great deal of time here next year. Any "fly" help for this body of water would be a welcome relief.
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Re: [TubeDude] Removing Scotty Glue-on Mounting Pads
Good to know. Got to say, I am on year 5 for one boat and 6 on the other, glue ons still holding strong. Loc...
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Re: [remo_5_0] Quick Florida Trip...
Living the Dream, Congrats, REMO
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Re: [TubeDude] Cardiac for sale
LOL Absolutely. You can stand on it. It is about 1/4" thick. The boat without deck is around 50+ lbs so looking at 60+ lbs. for 1...
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Re: [TubeDude] Cardiac for sale
The frame or boat. The pontoos are 12" diamter.
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Cardiac for sale
NFO 11' long. Aluminum frame and deck. Molded plastic seat, Aluminum Oars, Urethane bladder. Light. $550. OBO
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Re: [FloatTubeFisher] how to add oars to a float tube?
A lot of the tubes out there have cloth covers, the glue on would be iffy. Not strong enough to hold it we...
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Re: [pontoonman] New seat

pontoonman wrote:
Many years ago I used a 2 pound $20 Howda seat, amazingly supportive and comfortable Plus easy to fold despite its si...

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