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You should be nymphing right now
 
You should be nymphing right now
They’re in that box on the right, but tbh i had no luck. You can’t really nymph the Delaware River….. its 200-300 feet wide 2ft deep crystal clear and ice cold with no bottom structure in most of it.
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I really enjoy fly fishing when I first tried it I was hooked no pun intended. I dedicated all my free time to learning and perfecting my presentation. An excellent way to spend time thinking, trout love pretty places.
 
Gotta ask, what equipment do you use for surveying? I used to work on old HP 3800 DME, (repair and calibration) I know things have had to improve since those days. I had an old timer survey my property a few years ago, he still used the old theodolite, did all the manual calculations. That's got to be an art.

Love the picture.
 
Gotta ask, what equipment do you use for surveying? I used to work on old HP 3800 DME, (repair and calibration) I know things have had to improve since those days. I had an old timer survey my property a few years ago, he still used the old theodolite, did all the manual calculations. That's got to be an art.

Love the picture.
The technique and art of applying science and geometry to measure land in its most accurate format indeed!

The oldest profession in the world that is slowly dying, not because it is a lost art, but with the technology and apps available nowadays, the average joe thinks he can figure this out with this cell phone or hand held gps, not knowing that there is more in human anaylysis than than just looking at a screen.

We are currently running Trimble GPS gear, one of the their latest models the R10 units.

For our conventional or total station instruments (theodlites), we have some Spectra gear, Topcon, and Trimble robotic units as well but ultimately GPS is the way to go when measuring large tracts of land.

Thanks for the love!
 
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