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Giantfish
02-22-2007, 10:08 PM
Ok I have alot of FF stuf but I need to know if I have everything I need, or if you guys suggest anything, I could use that.
Here is what I have:

Rod
Reel
Vest
Flies (one of my own!)
Fly box
Hat
Waders
Wading boots
Net

Anything else I need or that you suggest. (whatever will make it more fun and let me catch a fish!)

Thanks
Giantfish

DryFly1
02-22-2007, 10:14 PM
Camera! Otherwise, just get out there and enjoy. You'll figure it all out as you spend more time on the stream.. Lots of luck!!

doghaircaddis
02-22-2007, 10:23 PM
You should definitely have some polarized sunglasses.

mtnman2888
02-22-2007, 10:26 PM
There's no use in trying to figure out what you need, you're always going to want something new. Everytime i go into a fly shop or look on the internet i find something that i want. I would suggest a camera, however. The pictures i take of my friends and family while fishing mean more to me than any fish that i've caught...... Although the pictures of those big fish don't hurt either!

Craig

Giantfish
02-22-2007, 11:29 PM
Yeah sorry I forgot about the camera, I do have that, forgot about glasses, hopefully I can find a cheap pair!

Vern
02-23-2007, 01:09 AM
I hope you can afford a cheap pair, maybe you will leave mine alone. Sorry one more thing you need after febuary 28th you have to buy your own lincense before you can go fishing again.:( $8.oo and if you want to fish Gatlinburg its an extra $6.50 for three days. Sorry!

TroutDude
02-23-2007, 05:20 PM
A wading staff has helped me out of many a difficult situation.

Dude

DryFly1
02-23-2007, 05:57 PM
I hope you can afford a cheap pair, maybe you will leave mine alone. Sorry one more thing you need after febuary 28th you have to buy your own lincense before you can go fishing again.:( $8.oo and if you want to fish Gatlinburg its an extra $6.50 for three days. Sorry!


That away dad! Builds character and responsibility.. Bravo!

Hey Giantfish, You'll appreciate it in a few years,I promise...

Mark...

Leinart
02-24-2007, 05:50 PM
You might want to attach a whistle to your vest in an easily grabable location. 1. A whistle can alert your camera-carrying fishing buddy (who is fishing out of voice range) that you are playing your trophy trout and need a person to net and photograph your fish. 2. When you have tripped and you or half your gear is floating out of range you can alert the fellow down stream that you need help. more:
I also carry a small pack of waterproof matches, space blanket, water, Chap Stick, small knife, and I have some of my fly boxes tethered to my vest in case I drop them while standing in the water-if it is strong current they can be hard to retrieve!
L