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Wooly Bugged At The Lake Erie Tributaries

Published by Dave Kile [dkile] on 10/27/2019 (884 reads)
Michael Evanko, Wooly Bugged, fly fishing several Lake Erie tributaries for steelhead trout in Pennsylvania in mid-October. A couple of days prior Erie saw the first decent rain in a long time. The creeks came up for a couple of days and then came back down to low conditions. The short burst of water put the first good push of fish into the system. Evanko shows some of his favorite steelhead patterns and shares several hook-ups with fish. The water fished in this video is all publicly accessible and involved miles of walking. This is not Erie at its best, but rather an "ok" outing. This footage was shot in mid-October 2019. All filming was done solo, no bikes were used to access remote parts of these tributaries.

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