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A very useful combination.

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predictions of an erly spring for the nort east , yes my yard work may be done b4 fishing season gets here .

on other notes , this spring makes 21 years since my cat George first wandered in to our yard , abandoned and obviosly hungry my dad couldn't resist feeding her she's been here evry since.

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04-02-2016 03:24 PM
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(04-02-2016 03:24 PM)Chuck-Drl Wrote:  predictions of an erly spring for the nort east , yes my yard work may be done b4 fishing season gets here .

on other notes , this spring makes 21 years since my cat George first wandered in to our yard , abandoned and obviosly hungry my dad couldn't resist feeding her she's been here evry since.

What sort of fish do you go fishing for over there ?
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mostly trout , brook , rainbow and brown ( not to be confused with a sea run brown ) , also black bass and perch . i'll fish for most any thing , it's all about the sport for me.

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04-02-2016 03:34 PM
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(04-02-2016 03:34 PM)Chuck-Drl Wrote:  mostly trout , brook , rainbow and brown ( not to be confused with a sea run brown ) , also black bass and perch . i'll fish for most any thing , it's all about the sport for me.

I'm the same fish for anything that's about sea, rivers, ponds mainly fish for salmon and sea trout, trout, carp, and cod and bass in the sea Smile
04-02-2016 03:56 PM
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I dry fly for trout here in the UK, when I am in the states I fish dry fly again for steelheads and rainbows, getting a steelhead on a dry fly is awesome it is out of the water more than in it[Image: smile.gif]. Fishing is my passion - not long until the season starts again and I can hardly wait - all my gear is sorted - has been for a month[Image: smile.gif].
04-02-2016 04:14 PM
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Someday fishing will be my passion again too. Just something about being out in the quiet of a lake with the world busily spinning for everyone else but you. Ahhh...
04-02-2016 04:17 PM
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(04-02-2016 04:14 PM)ecignut Wrote:  I dry fly for trout here in the UK, when I am in the states I fish dry fly again for steelheads and rainbows, getting a steelhead on a dry fly is awesome it is out of the water more than in it[Image: smile.gif]. Fishing is my passion - not long until the season starts again and I can hardly wait - all my gear is sorted - has been for a month[Image: smile.gif].

I've tried dry fly for trout a few times and its fantastic the way you see the fish rising for the fly they can't half fight to lol my fav dry fly has gotta be the black gnat i've caught most of my trout on them, through most of my fly fishing is wet fly in the rivers at night for the sea trout there's nothing quite like it waiting for an unexpected take in the darkness.
04-02-2016 04:34 PM
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a lot of the place i fish are to tight for a fly rod , a 4' feather light spining rod is my go to . give ample room for an under hand cast , a trick all in it's self . i do fly fish when the conditions ar suitable , fancy a moose mane addams for that given it's effective wet or dry .
incidently a touch of hair spray keeps dry flies a float much longer.

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Hi Skyray - the black gnat size 18 is good late in the afternoon here. My favourite and most successful fly is the Griffiths Gnat size 16 - 18 it represents an adult midge - a trouts main diet - deadly here early in the morning and late afternoon - sometimes in May and June it is on all day and I don't need to use anything else it floats well too so does not need much dressing.
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