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#571853 Ronn Lucas News

Posted by TroutBum on 27 March 2017 - 12:51 AM in The Lodge

Get well you old coot!

#570453 Book for sale

Posted by TroutBum on 26 February 2017 - 09:50 PM in Trading Floor

Ron Alcott's "Building Classic Salmon Flies" Limited Edition of 150 (I have #30) signed by the author, red leather covered binding and slip case. $200.00 + shipping

#567528 Just want to say hello.

Posted by TroutBum on 11 December 2016 - 02:36 AM in The Lodge

Hi Joe, I live in New Port Richey. We're practically neighbors! I would be happy to meet at some point and we can sit down and tie a couple of flies. Right now I'm in Arizona until mid February. PM you phone number and I'll give you a call when I get back to Florida.

#567527 A Happy Birthday to not less than three of our members...my dear friend KARE...

Posted by TroutBum on 11 December 2016 - 02:25 AM in The Lodge

Thank you, everyone for the birthday wishes. A special happy birthday to Kare and Luca!

#566661 Carrying a fly rod thru security

Posted by TroutBum on 21 November 2016 - 05:38 PM in The Lodge

Has anybody had any problem trying to carry a fly rod thru security at the airport? I'll be flying to Arizona next month and want to carry my Tenkara rod on the plane. It will be in a cloth tube and easily inspected. I would hate to have TSA give me a hassle over it.


#565501 St. Petersburg Fly Fishing?

Posted by TroutBum on 23 October 2016 - 01:14 AM in The Lodge

I live about 30 miles north of St. Pete. There is very good fishing that time of year. There are many flats on the east side of the city, Weedon Island is a good spot. To the south there is Fort DeSoto park, beach fishing around the piers for Pompano is a blast with a 6 or 7 wt. rod. Tie up some Gotcha's, the Pomps love them.


The important thing to remember is that tides dictate the bite. The 2 hours or so on either side of  the high tide is the most productive.  I'd offer to guide you, but I'm going to be very tied up in late Nov. Good luck and have fun.