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Old 03-24-2009, 01:29 PM
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Thanks for the well wishes! I'm definitely going to post pictures regardless of how we do fishing. This is a little early in the year (it's mainly midges and BWO fishing), but still the Green River below Flaming Gorge Reservoir is a beautiful place. From the dam down stream 7 miles to the Little Hole takeout, this length flows through a 1000 to 2000 foot deep canyon, rimmed with magnificent red walls. The crystalline water is unique even among Rocky mountain streams creating a gigantic, spectacular aquarium for observing fish. They call this section of the river "The Aquarium" because of the ability to see the fish and sight cast to them.

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Old 03-24-2009, 06:54 PM
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Thanks for the well wishes! I'm definitely going to post pictures regardless of how we do fishing. This is a little early in the year (it's mainly midges and BWO fishing), but still the Green River below Flaming Gorge Reservoir is a beautiful place. From the dam down stream 7 miles to the Little Hole takeout, this length flows through a 1000 to 2000 foot deep canyon, rimmed with magnificent red walls. The crystalline water is unique even among Rocky mountain streams creating a gigantic, spectacular aquarium for observing fish. They call this section of the river "The Aquarium" because of the ability to see the fish and sight cast to them.

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Sounds nice. I've got to get out West. I've only fished Montana's Paradise Valley and I know that there's a lot of great water in the Rockies. I can tell that you're psyched for this trip. I would be, too!
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mine went out today!
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Old 04-14-2009, 06:46 PM
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mine went out today!
Thanks mrooney, I'll be watching out for them. #16 flying ant - right?
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Old 04-14-2009, 08:36 PM
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rmooney,

Your flies arrived today. I like the white antron wing with the grizzley hackle on the ant pattern; nice effect. Thanks for getting them to me early.

Thanks also for the 3 extra files for BlueDun's Reeling & Healing donation.
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OK, I got mine off in the mail this morning. I did change from a stim. to a caddis pattern that I do good with, hope ya'all like 'em.
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Tying up those olive humpies over today and tomorrow. Should be in the mail by midweek. Will send along a few flies for Blue Dun as well......good cause.
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OK, I got mine off in the mail this morning. I did change from a stim. to a caddis pattern that I do good with, hope ya'all like 'em.
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Bear,

Caddis is one of my favorite patterns. Tomorrow the fly fishing season opens here in PA. So, being that it's early season, I'll be fishing mostly nymphs; but in a dry/dropper configuration. And guess what the dry will be - a #14 elk hair tan caddis! Can't wait to see them!
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Bear,

Caddis is one of my favorite patterns. Tomorrow the fly fishing season opens here in PA. So, being that it's early season, I'll be fishing mostly nymphs; but in a dry/dropper configuration. And guess what the dry will be - a #14 elk hair tan caddis! Can't wait to see them!
Sweet, have a great trip and good luck
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