Saturday, March 22, 2014

TB3F6A5 – Sally the Yellow Sally

GC4QRCW, Titan's Passenger
Titusville, FL
GPS: 28.614633, -080.803967

My mission is to carry the Project Healing Waters message to flyfishermen in all 50 states.

This is a second life for Sally the Yellow Sally. This time it is a laminated business card with the tracking code displayed prominently on the face of the card and a message on the back. In the first life, this travel bug was a piece of paper inside a film canister, red body, blue top, attached to an actual TB. I launched Sally the first time in Baxter, MN in September 2010. It disappeared with no log entries. I pulled back the travel bug number and relaunched Sally in GC4QRCW, Titan's Passenger, in Titusville, FL on 22 Mar 2014. I guess there is some slim chance that the original might show up.

Original Launch

The Yellow Sally is an old faithful stand by, when the water gets murky let this little sinking stinker attract those monster bluegill ( I've heard that it works well for trout, too). Fuzzy yellow bug with a bright red spot on its tail for bluegill fly fishing.

Yellow Sally

Sally is one of twelve characters created by artist Kirk Werner for three books designed to introduce children to fly fishing.

Book Series by Kirk Werner

I have created a Trackable for each character. If you would like to see them all, here are the Geocaching Travel Bug Numbers: TB3E3X5, TB3E3Y2, TB3E3X7, TB3F6AD, TB3F69B, TB3F6AW, TB3F69V, TB3F69Z, TB3F6AV, TB3F6A3, TB3F6A5, TB3F6A0.


TB3F69V – Andy the Adams

TB3F6AD – Billy the Blue-Wing Olive

TB3F6AW – Ernie the Elk Hair Caddis

TB3F6AV – Gilbert the Gold-Ribbed Hare's Ear

TB3E3X5 – Mr. Muddler the Muddler Minnow

TB3E3X7 – Olive the Woolly Bugger

TB3F69B – Pete the Prince Nymph

TB3F69Z – Polly the Partridge & Orange

TB3F6A3 – Randal the Royal Coachman

TB3F6A5 – Sally the Yellow Sally

TB3F6A0 – Stan the Stimulator

TB3E3Y2 – Zachary the Purple Zonker

Pictures of all of us – just pictures


Geocaching (and other GPS games)

Project Healing Waters

Miami Valley Fly Fishers

Kirk Werner
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