1. Looking to get back into fly fishing. It's been a while. I have everything except for rod/reel and line. Any suggestions would help. I can't spend much on ...more it but I want something that has enough backbone for bass up to about three pounds and light enough to flip small flys to sunfish and trout.

    1. Gannon Walles 0
      Okay. Thanks Noah!
    2. Noah Shapiro 0
      I would suggest a 5wt 8.5-9.5ft fly rod their is a good deal that you get all of that if you buy a Redington path kit also good price look it up
    3. Gannon Walles 0
      I used to use an old hand me down automatic fly reel and a super old rod that caught hundreds of sunfish. It served me well but I want an actual fly reel and a rod ...more that isn't cracking.
    4. b ripoer 0
      Good luck on your search I think you will like the 6/7 wt. You don't have to break the bank to have fun and catch fish. I have the sage and oryis rods but I ...more still have and use my first fly rod it was 35 dollars from wal mart it has landed some big steelhead and gets the job done.
    5. Gannon Walles 0
      Okay, one that I was looking at was a 5/6wt so that would be a little light for the bigger bugs. I'll look for a 6 or 6/7wt.
    6. b ripoer 0
      there are companies with inexpensive combos under 100 dollars, I'm not sure what your budget is, but I would say a 6 wt will get you started however it may ...more still be to light to throw those big poppers. plueger medalist is one example.
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  2. Little largemouth

    9 oz. Largemouth Bass with a tube jig

  3. First guad. Not a Colorado river guad but still a guad.

    8 oz. 8 in. Guadalupe Bass

  4. Details: Anything

    Going to Rockport next week. Haven't been in a while anyone know what they're biting on?

  5. I need help identifying this fish. It was caught a couple years ago. If you know what it is please comment.

    Unknown with a shrimp

    1. Jondi Ger 0
      I don't see the whiskers myself
    2. Jacob Maxam 0
      Saltwater?
    3. Jacob Maxam 0
      Redfish
    4. Wayne Tappe 0
      Did you hear a "croaking" sound coming out of it's mouth? Hence the name.
    5. Gannon Walles 0
      Ok thanks guys. I didn't know croaker could get that big. I've caught smaller ones there but that one was about 2lbs.
    6. Bobby Logwood 0
      It is an Atlantic Croaker. A member of the drum family but they are much smaller.
    7. William Begley Jr. 0
      looks like a croaker of nice size
    8. Gannon Walles 0
      I don't think it's a red drum. It doesn't have the characteristic spot/spots on the tail.
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  6. Needs a transducer. Transducer costs about 100$ am I better off just getting a new unit for about the price of a transducer? Please comment.

    2 lb. 8 in. Anything with a anything

    1. Gannon Walles 0
      Ok. Thanks.
    2. Tom Cat 0
      lowrance hook 3
    3. Tom Cat 0
      yep, get a new one for$90
    4. joe biehl 0
      yes buy new
    5. Gannon Walles 0
      Thanks. What brand would you suggest for a small unit?
    6. Anthony Verastigui 0
      My Dad gave me his boat 1.5yr ago. It had this same unit on it. I suggest you go an buy a new one. For $100 you can buy a new 3" or 4" unit(w/transducer) ...more that shows way more detail than this outdated one did.
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  7. Details: Largemouth Bass

    Was just given a bunch of baits. I don't usually fish soft plastics so any tips are helpful.

    1. Edward Pease Bomber1 0
      The ones in the right, Texas rigged weightless twitch similar to Zara spook
  8. Any tips on how to fish/rig these for largemouth bass? Left are "Norton bull minnows" right are "super flukes"

  9. 2 lb. Largemouth Bass with a chartreuse spinner

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