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Discussion in 'Tejas and the Gulf States' started by Elvis70, Mar 27, 2009.
O'jay I thought that was Ted's job? "Brokeback Buffalo" the sequel
Hmmm. Apparently I've been cuckolded.
There are lots of guide services, mostly they will fish you from a boat and provide anything you need. Lots will rent you a boat and just send you out. The river fluctuates dramatically when they crank up generators, and experience is essential, IMO. Gastons is the biggest float service, and they are just below the dam. One of the few that run season-long.
There are fewer that rent waders and all. With both it is important to get someone with experience. The newer guys are mostly hunting $ more than repeat customers. If you want guided fly fishing, and a very clean place to stay (woman friendly-Albie liked it), I highly recommend Dale Fulton's Blue Ribbon Lodge. He grew up here and at one time guided and owned fly shops in both West Yellowstone and Mountain Home. Now he and his wife just run the lodge north of Hwy 412 on Denton Ferry Road. I've known him for >25 years, and always stay there, even when not fly fishing.
Really, it is easy enough to just go over there and throw a spinner into moving water. But, call Dale, he can put you on a reputable wading guide, but his leanings are to fly fishing, of course. Definitely stay there, the best for a quiet retreat. Tell him Tim recommended him, and promise not to burn down the lodge.
Brokeback Buffalo... bwwhahahahahaha
speaking of, I havent even seen Ted down at Ron's place lately.
anyone heard from him?
I've got a canoe too, and I know they river really well down to Norfork. The river keeps beer a little cooler than Euro peeins like it. Between OJ and I we could thin the ADV herd, reckon? OJ, lets add a river boat as a sag (beer n gear) wagon!
Combined smallie and trout trips on Crooked Creek and the White rivers are cool too.
I thinking Deliverance and hearing banjo music.....
No interest in going from over here
Sounds like something that could happen over spring break. Water oughta be good then, and all us school boyz will be off.
yeah I was offline for a little bit..pooter updates and all..did a little soakin in the hot tub, cleaned the kitchen, paid some bills, sittin by the phone waiting on the home health rental place to call to make arraingments on swapping out my aunts bed..busy morning here so far..gots to pull hosp duty agn tonite tho so gots to kinda psyqed up for it
In case anyones interested. I had a good test on wet pavement last night. The rear (K761) stuck really nice on straight roads only slipped if I gunned it. slipped a little on the curves. The front (K270) wouldnt slip I tried as hard as I could.
I've got a fishing yak and a willing spirit
In that case I am bringing a bow and arrows :eek1
You are a great Nephew (I don't care what any of the goats say)
+1. Got one here in the personal armory.
banjos, canoes, ozarks.....? Carefull you dont want to Cross Bo....ha ha get it? cross bo...
there was a video a few years back, a parody done by some comedy outfit, on deliverance.
it was HILARIOUS
the character for burt reynolds, just kept rocking back and forth and saying " crossbow" the entire video.
ive been searching, but i cant find it, it was around 2008-2009 maybe.
I tested my tire on some wet pavement yesterday too, handle fine, but it slings muddy water up onto my rear luggage rack.. I guess because the profile is so much more "round" than the other tires ive ran. so far thats my only complaint.
I even locked the rear brake a few times, just to see how it handled.
much better than a tkc80 in the wet.
What are you using?
Vee Rubber vrm 163
on a GS, its hard to find a tire that will last that doesnt cost $200