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Pheasant Tail Nymph, Bead Head

This American version of the classic British Bead Head Pheasant Tail mayfly nymph continues to catch fish wherever slender mayflies are found. The peacock thorax on this nymph also gives it a bit of irridescent flash that makes it an effective attractor fly and a great searching pattern. This fly has caught more fish than perhaps any other nymph in the history of fly fishing.

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Hopper, Dropper, Foam, Hi Vis

Ask any fly fisherman about his favorite hopper pattern and you’ll likely get as many answers. Fishing Terrestrials brings its own unique excitement and a fly like the Hi Vis Foam Hopper Dropper is a sure bet on any Terrestrial water. The foam body and hair wing ride the fly well in any current and the Hi Vis adaptation makes it an easy pattern to locate in any water condition. Stutter twitch a Hi Vis Foam Hopper Dropper along a grassy bank or drop a small nymph off the bend and use it as an indicator. Either way this is a good Terrestrial addition to your box.

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Midge, Xelon, Olive

This Olive Xelon Midge is among the best adult midge patterns available for selective trout. Fish seem to take it willingly in the early to middle stages of a hatch or when the hatch is somewhat sparse.

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News about lake erie fishing charter
Go Fish

Fri, 05 Sep 2008 17:08:21 GMT
August is a month dominated by bluefish in Long Island Sound. The beginning of September brings with it cooler night temperatures and the return of hungry striped bass looking to beef up before the winter ...

DU celebrates Ohio partnership; rabbit and pheasant seasons open around Ohio

Thu, 06 Nov 2008 23:55:29 GMT
It's a new ball game for Ducks Unlimited and waterfowl conservation, said President W. Bruce Lewis of Natchez, Miss., attending at the 7th annual DU/ODOW partnership hunt in northwest Ohio.

Lake Erie Football Season

Thu, 05 Jun 2008 08:33:14 -0700
Lake Erie Football Season June 5th, 2008 Fall normally means the beginning of football season. To the Lake Erie bass angler it means jumbo-size, `football’ shaped smallmouth bass. August to late October/November is when Lake Erie’s fat-n-sassy bronzebacks begin to put on the feed bag and begin to stock up for winter. Now is the time to catch one of the lake’s best game fish and certainly regarded by many as Erie’s best battlers. With the unexpected introduction of the Zebra Muscle in the la



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