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tight qurters 2.0 Juro's Snake Poke et al


... the pseudo-science of running-lines and matching heads has now devolved into such a miasma of obfuscation that it is a wonder that people are even not more confused....Erik Helm

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THAT is tight-quarters (beginning at 4:28) - I can't see a long belly fitting in there!
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I would have needed to edit a lot of audio there!

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Cool video. That river looks like a sweet place to fish too. Were you hanging up on the bottom with that heavy fly?

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Nice Tim
Basic casting principle broken down well...the closer to shore or tighter your conditions adjust by putting the anchor further away from you works with all line systems......not sure if a long rod would fit under those trees but a longer line no problem fishon4ever
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Well done Tim !!
I will say this again, I'm really enjoying these videos brother !!
A lot to be said for a man that is not afraid to show his own Bloopers ...

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Good stuff! And I love the bloopers!
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Cool video. That river looks like a sweet place to fish too. Were you hanging up on the bottom with that heavy fly?

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Surprisingly Nate, I was not hanging up, even with the T14 but I did hang up too much on the Dangle at another place. Today, the water is high and colored up, I will probobly stickwith t8.

... the pseudo-science of running-lines and matching heads has now devolved into such a miasma of obfuscation that it is a wonder that people are even not more confused....Erik Helm

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Thanks Everybody, very much! It makes my day to get the friendly, comments and I'm especially happy that the bloopers are well recieved. It was Bruce Kruk who encouraged me to get that anchor out further in front and decrease the size of my D loop. So I am happy he mentors and encourages me as so many of you cool guys have on Speypages throughout the years. I'm gonna surprise us all one day and catch a fish on video even if I have to hold my phone in my teeth. Thanks All!

... the pseudo-science of running-lines and matching heads has now devolved into such a miasma of obfuscation that it is a wonder that people are even not more confused....Erik Helm

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Thanks Everybody, very much! It makes my day to get the friendly, comments and I'm especially happy that the bloopers are well recieved. It was Bruce Kruk who encouraged me to get that anchor out further in front and decrease the size of my D loop. So I am happy he mentors and encourages me as so many of you cool guys have on Speypages throughout the years. I'm gonna surprise us all one day and catch a fish on video even if I have to hold my phone in my teeth. Thanks All!
That would be something! I always think about how cool that would be. I hope you do.

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Nice Tim
Basic casting principle broken down well...the closer to shore or tighter your conditions adjust by putting the anchor further away from you works with all line systems......not sure if a long rod would fit under those trees but a longer line no problem fishon4ever
Longer line???

I'll squeeze in with short bellies - thank you.
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