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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-08-2016, 07:45 PM Thread Starter
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Video - Putting the foam beetle to work

My broher, TagOutInArchery, shot some video this summer while I was putting the foam beetle to work on a small mountain stream somewhere in Central PA. We didn't video any landing because we were trying to get underwater shots with his tactacam and I wasn't about to hold them any longer to shoot both videos. In his effort to shoot the best possible video, he may have had forgotten to put a memory card in tacatacam...no sweat though, we will just have to do it again this year! Enjoy if you have a minute and a half (make sure you click HD!)

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Re: Video - Putting the foam beetle to work

Really enjoyed your video. Foam beetles are easy to tie and brookies love them. Your rod of choice that day?
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Nice video, thanks for sharing.
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Really enjoyed your video. Foam beetles are easy to tie and brookies love them. Your rod of choice that day?
finsfursfeathers makes custom fly rods and I give him a hand with pictures and a Facebook page, so he provided me with one of his 1/2 weight full flex graphite rods to use. To say it fishes well in these conditions would be an understatement! http://www.mtnbrookrods.com/

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I'm always curious what rods others use for small brookie streams. Length?
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Re: Video - Putting the foam beetle to work

You're going to keep bringing that up, aren't you!? Haha
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I'm always curious what rods others use for small brookie streams. Length?
It is 8' 6"

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Re: Video - Putting the foam beetle to work

Looking forward to chasing natives this spring. Im bringin my Ol'man along to show him the difference of trout waters of Central PA than Lancaster cow patty streams

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