- Hi Rim, It s about that time of the year,end of April and the start of May and all. So i m betting it was a May Fly. My biggest was 2.5 pounds (I thought itMessage 1 of 41 , May 2, 2008View SourceHi Rim,
It's about that time of the year,end of April and the start of May
and all. So i'm betting it was a May Fly. My biggest was 2.5 pounds
(I thought it was a monster)in 6" of white rapid water when I was 15
yrs old netted in an old orange onion bag spread with a wire coat
hanger on the end of a cane as a
net. Had to tie my own as well, money was tight then.(we wus' poor
and I think we wus' happy well I was) I had 4 brothers
and 3 sisters and all money went into the home food kitty and when
was feed you got some back
--- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "jamesonbeam1" <jamesonbeam1@...>
> Bet ya caught it on a Royal Hairy Coachman or Royal Wulff :):):).
> Vino es Veritas,
> --- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "subsonic40grain"
> <subsonic40grain@> wrote:
> > If you fly fish then yes I have to agree - a razor sharp fillet
> > will beat anything hands down, and the bit about the 'bubbles' is
> > spot on.
> > Hic, celebrating my 3lb 2oz rainbow on a dry fly. Ok not massive
> > I was soooo totally chuffed.
> > Said DeVito, "I knew it was the last seven limoncellos that was
> > to get me."
> > uh oh me too, I'm jacking my job in tomorrow. Limoncello seems
> > help :-*))))as
> > Subsonic
> > > I use a fillet knife as well.
> > > Cut the orange/lemon into quarters and just fillet off the pith
> > >
- Hey Justin, Did you ever get around to doing anything with that hot water copper tank of yours? I m thinking about a similar project. Cheers, J.Message 41 of 41 , Aug 6, 2009View SourceHey Justin,
Did you ever get around to doing anything with that hot water copper tank of yours?
I'm thinking about a similar project.
--- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, justin webster <mail@...> wrote:
> thanks guys,
> sounds like it's worth a shot and a bit of fun too.
> I already have the gear to cut it open, strip it back and re-solder
> so it's probably do-able.
> I'll let you know what I find (when I get round to it).
> On 2/05/2008, at 10:01 PM, jamesonbeam1 wrote:
> > Good Point Billy,
> > But try almost 50 years old (this is 2008 right? :):).
> > Vino es Veritas,
> > Jim.
> > --- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "billy.turf" <billy.turf@>
> > wrote:
> > >
> > > I wonder, If lead is sooo good a leaching, then wouldn't it already
> > > be pretty much all gone out of a 30yr old water heater? Everything
> > > you would add would be without lead of course, but just how much
> > > solder would be used in such an old heater? The amount of
> > leaching is
> > > going to be proportional to the amount of time that it sits in there
> > > too... that's not gonna be a long time.
> > ____snip____