Main Menu
Texas Fishing Forum
Louisiana Fishing Forum
Florida Fishing Forum
Georgia Department of Natural Resources
Coastal Conservation Association Georgia
GFF on Facebook
International Game Fish Association
Barry Stokes’ Southwest Outdoors Report
Honey Hole All Outdoors Television
Who's Online
2 registered (tzsak, alan_strong), 355 Guests and 6 Spiders online.
Key: Admin, Global Mod, Mod
Newest Members
Todd Driscoll, alan_strong, Delbert Wilson, Max, NorCrossMarine
6349 Registered Users
Top Posters
Bob Smith 3856
bojangles 1483
IceAAA 923
GFF Staff 680
Coach Paul 554
Tom Cox 501
Craig 480
FishermanFrank 460
Wally 382
anglingadventures 376
Forum Stats
6349 Members
28 Forums
4084 Topics
18554 Posts

Max Online: 519 @ 06/21/17 03:58 PM
Topic Options
#56 - 07/24/11 12:22 PM Welcome to the Flyfishing section
Bob Smith Offline

Registered: 07/12/11
Posts: 3856
Loc: Cartersville, GA US of A
I know that Georgia has some very popular flyfishing destinations and some folks who are dedicated to that sport! We welcome you and hope to hear all about those places, experiences and knowledge. I was wondering about the warm water applications such as South Georgia, Alabama and Florida, or even some of the inland coastal opportunities. I know you guys are out there and hope to be hearing from you soon! wink
LIKE the GFF on Facebook -

#190 - 07/26/11 08:48 PM Re: Welcome to the Flyfishing section [Re: Bob Smith]
bamabassman Offline

Registered: 07/26/11
Posts: 96
Loc: ceder bluff,al
as soon as i can get the old RAJUN CAJUN ready bob. i plan on hitting the mudhole (this is what i call lake weiss alabama folks), i really want to try some fly fishing. maybe throw out some top water poppers and see what grags ahold of it. got 3-4 flyrods ready to go. i'll tell ya what happens.
i work to live, not live to work.

#194 - 07/27/11 05:40 AM Re: Welcome to the Flyfishing section [Re: Bob Smith]
bojangles Offline

Registered: 07/24/11
Posts: 1483
The first and the last time I went fly fishing was about 30 years ago was at Norris Lake in TN below the Dam. Somehow I tied my leader tippet in a knot while whale back and forth. During that time everyone below the Dam fishing had packed up and left, according to my son it was because of me whaling that fly rod. I did not catch a fish. On my way walking back out there was this old man with a stringer of trout. I asked how did you catch so may, He said with a can of niblet corn, so the next time I went trout fishing I had a can of Niblet Corn and a spinning reel.
I want my freedom back!!!!!
Never know what you have missed unless it is threatened to be taken away from you!

#258 - 07/28/11 08:30 AM Re: Welcome to the Flyfishing section [Re: Bob Smith]
bigboysdontcry Offline

Registered: 07/23/11
Posts: 315
Loc: Ga. Ellijay
Tom you will catch more Trout that way and want ware out you arm.

#312 - 07/28/11 07:43 PM Re: Welcome to the Flyfishing section [Re: Bob Smith]
Brother Bill Offline

Registered: 07/26/11
Posts: 370
Loc: Smyrna, TN
Most bass fishermen love that topwater strike, fishing buzzbaits
frogs or any other top water baits. You will love using a fly rod
bass fishing!!! Hard to fish with two people in the boat, haven't done it in a long time!!! My father and use to fish for
crappie using a fly rod. You have try it once in you life time!!
"Brother" Bill from Tennessee

#18933 - 11/20/17 10:05 PM Re: Welcome to the Flyfishing section [Re: Bob Smith]
Sophia Grace Offline
Green Horn

Registered: 09/26/17
Posts: 7
Loc: Miami
I'm not out for there, I'm still here & feel good after reading this thread. I'm also interested for fly fishing but don't have accessories to cover a fly fishing.
Deep Sea Fishing Miami


Moderator:  bojangles, IceAAA, Mwest48, Wally 

� 2011-2016 OUTDOOR SITES NETWORK all rights reserved USA and Worldwide