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Re: First Fish on Fly in 18 years

3/18 18:54
Posts: 39
Excellent job man! Looks like we both had the same exact experiences on the same day!!! :)

Posted on: 4/11 18:26

Re: First Fish on Fly in 18 years

2012/1/13 15:28
From Ferguson Twp.
Posts: 2592
Well done way to break the fry spell, congrats.

Posted on: 4/11 20:58
There is a need to fish, to be in the water. It soothes the soul...

Re: First Fish on Fly in 18 years

3/23 12:16
From Chester County
Posts: 46
Was back out on West Valley Creek today. Caught 4 bows and this fiesty brown on a BH olive woolly bugger. Put up quite the fight, and went into a bush. I was tangled and started walking towards the bush to untangle but he popped back into open water just as I got close. Brown's are by far my favorite trout to catch. They put up such a fight. Brought him into shallow water to remove hook and snap a quick pick them off he went.

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Re: First Fish on Fly in 18 years

4/14 22:03
From West Virginia
Posts: 2
Those are some fine looking fish. I was fortunate enough to make it to Western Maryland (I live in WV but was raised in PA) last weekend and also had some luck on the Wooly Bugger! I also tie one with a rubber tail that has amazing action in the water, and is good for both trout and (as proven last weekend) smallmouth bass!

Posted on: 4/17 22:15
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