Monday, May 28, 2012

Super Dynamite Fishing for Android/iOS

So, like many a person nowadays, I have had the opportunity to spend the last few years utilizing a little piece of technology called a Smart Phone.

Now, not all Smart Phones are created equal. My Motorola Q was good for about three weeks before I used it to the greatest extent possible.

My HTC Snap was a little better, but about the same.

My Blackberry Curve, now that was a treat! But it soon became less than useful as well.

Then, I was introduced to the Samsung Galaxy, and found a new favorite for telecommunications as I explored the applications available to Android and Apple.

In my fly and regular fishing adventures, I have found many applications that are helpful or informative, or just plan entertaining. Whether you fish or not, I recommend you give this one a try. This one falls in the "entertaining" category.

Also available through iTunes for Apple devices.

That's right, Super Dynamite Fishing! Start out cruising in a bathtub with your dynamite and a 12 gauge, working your way up to bigger and better firepower.

Now, real-life application of such ordinance in a fishing environment is something I wholly condemn. One should never, ever try what is in this video game in real life. Plus, fly fishing is way more fun.

I give it 4 out of 5 stars, because it is just a goofy good time for those days you want to hear some explosions and meet some goals.

I don't give it the 5th star because it is rather tasteless. Check it out for yourself!


  1. I'm ashamed to admit I have a TracPhone from Walmart. Doesn't make sense to get anything better, they don't work where I live. If I need to make a call when I'm down in town, I turn it on and when I'm done, turn it off. Hell of a lot cheaper too.


  2. nice opinion. thanks for posting.

  3. Nice blog man...I signed up to follow along if you don't mind. If you're still interested in the tying instructions for my mink sculpin pattern shoot me an e-mail addy that I can send it to and I'll get something out to ya in the next day or so.

  4. Duh....I asked you to send me your e-mail address and then didn't tell you where to send it too. Let's make this simple...
    This fly is super easy to tie :
    1) After placing the cone or bead on the hook , place in vise and tie in mink strip (rabbit or squirrel works too). I like the tail to be about the same length as the hook shank.
    2)Next , with your thread still at the rear of the hook , use a matching dubbing (I like ice-dub) and dub a thick body up to base of conehead.
    3)Using a dubbing pick or stiff wire brush , pick out the dubbing to create a ragged body with long strands that will be visible between the wraps of mink.
    4)Palmer the mink strip forward , occasionally brushing the dubbing out as you go to create a thicker body. Stop just before reaching the conehead and tie in two rubber legs of your choice and then finish palmering mink strip all the way to conehead.
    5) Whip-finish and seal thread head and you've got a fly that ought to catch you a few fish.

    Hope that helps you out man...any other questions feel free to ask.