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Re: Fallfish, better than No Fish

2010/4/17 8:10
From Ransom, Pennsylvania
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dryflyguy wrote:I don't like that grunting noise they make when you remove the fly though.

yeah, that always freaked me out a little too, but they are fun, though a little creepy.

Posted on: 2012/9/15 12:23
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Re: Fallfish, better than No Fish

2009/4/5 13:10
From Shamokin-Coal Township
Posts: 5
Was out last night on a piece of the wiconisco and had a blast with my tenkara rod, 1st cast caught a fallfish and it just continued! They were rising to flies. Here is a pic of one of the nicer ones that gave a great fight and even jumped 2-3 times for me.

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Posted on: 2012/9/15 19:42

Re: Fallfish, better than No Fish

2011/8/25 14:57
Posts: 12
Fallfish provide some decent action between trout and when you catch an 18'er, you may want another one instead of a trout!

Posted on: 2012/9/27 13:40

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