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    Flyfishing watches

    Greetings. This is my first post, although I have been lurking for a while. I recently got back into watches, and have collected a few lately. One of my other passions is flyfishing, and I'm lucky enough to live near some good streams. My Reactor Gamm Ti was a watch that got me interested in watches again, and has become my go to flyfishing watch. It's lightweight, and I enjoy wearing it on the stream.

    If you flyfish, what watch do you wear while fishing?
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    Hello BigDryFly and welcome , thought i should reply , i was wearing a watch somewhere under this carp , but just thought i would show off the 22pounder taken on a 4 weight hardy with a size 14midge , hope you dont mind !
    Im sure you will enjoy the forum have a wonderful New Year , i hope early 2013 i can come back with a wrist shot and a big salmon!!!Name:  carp-peter copy.jpg
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    BDF - W E L C O M E ! !

    My passion as well, along w/watches, guns, knives, ... Oh yeah... the Classic Flyfishing books/titles as well (I have editions from the 1600's to the present)...











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    Last edited by Mr Rick; December 31st, 2012 at 07:14.
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    Re: Flyfishing watches

    when I'm standing in the stream with my rod in my hand I don't care what time it is.

    sage 8'6" 4-wt
    winston 9' 5-wt
    scott 9' 6-wt
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    Them is some good "times"!


    My goto rod is a Sage 5wt. Too many others to list.


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    Re: Flyfishing watches

    Nice watches, and nice photos! That is quite the carp on a 4wt. That must have been quite a thrill.

    Im partial to Scott rods, but have a couple of Sage rods I enjoy as well.
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    Re: Flyfishing watches

    Quote Originally Posted by BigDryFly View Post
    Nice watches, and nice photos! That is quite the carp on a 4wt. That must have been quite a thrill.

    Im partial to Scott rods, but have a couple of Sage rods I enjoy as well.
    it was quite something , took me maybe 45mins to land , ,thought maybe i should include a watch on this post ! cheers my friendName:  pro fliesxx copy.jpg
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    Flyfishing watches

    I was really glad to see this thread show up. I got into flyfishing this year and it has quickly become an obsession and my favorite way to fish. I've mixed it up a bit but I'm settling in on my Hager Commando most days on the water & my Tag Heuer Link for others.

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    Tag Heuer Link Chronograph Calibre 16 CT2111.BA0550
    Tag Heuer Aquaracer 500M Quartz WAJ1111.BA0871
    Hager Commando
    Orient Ray EM65009D
    Raymond Weil Tango
    Seiko SNDA65
    Jackson Tse Luminor Sterile Homage
    Invicta 9403 Pro Diver
    Timex Vintage Manual Wind
    Kadloo Ocean Class
    Lew & Huey f71 Commander 300
    Omega Vintage Seamaster

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    Re: Flyfishing watches

    I have a couple of Powell rods, unfortunately I don't get to use them often enough currently, but they are ready for my retirement to Montana.
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