Published Sep 11. 2020 - 2 years ago
Updated or edited Sep 12. 2020

Fishing not Allowed

So, I took my son fishing with his brand new fly rod, and we got kicked out of the park. Apparently San Antonio had closed down all parks due to covid. I guess no one got the memo that parks are kinda where you go to social distance, but hey I won't pretend to know anything about how this stupid virus acts. Maybe being outdoors, far away from people is the most dangerous activity?

I am obviously not happy about this, and I feel this is overreaching. But I will say the policeman was very kind. I told him I wouldn't put him on camera (even though he said it was ok to do so) because I have respect for our police. I will say though that he was just doing his job, and was very kind about it. But the law itself of closing down all parks in my opinion is not a good one.

Well as you could see, the little time we had with this rod, it performed amazingly. Its a very affordable rod from, and perfect for that beginner setup. Also it has lifetime warranty and really the only sub $100 fly rod I would ever recommend. Honestly it fishes better than some $300 rods ive fished before. Go to to get one, and make sure you type in the discount code "McFly" at checkout for your discount.


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