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  1. Bow-and-arrow cast question

    Quote Originally Posted by dharkin View Post
    He explains it pretty well.

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  2. Streamer Fishing for Steelhead and Trout

    Quote Originally Posted by Ard View Post
    These are links to writings I stored on my forum blog. Streamer fishing equates to steelhead fishing and for many it is that time of year. I am not telling you that I am an expert but I would go as far as saying I have done a lot of it.

    The articles are in no specific order, they are posted as I locate them so you'll have to click and look to see if it is of interest.

    A Guy Fishes Streamers and Gets Skunked

    Streamers Where & When Part 1
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  3. Parachute Style Hackle

    Quote Originally Posted by silver creek View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by coug View Post
    Great insight from Silver. Great advice there. Underwater - film - surface is the progression I always make for early morning mayflies, and evening caddis on our local waters. Same thing when hatches are coming off during the day in the early part of the year. Sparkle pupae / soft hackle then x or x2 caddis then elk/deer/grizzly caddis to finish it off. Same kind of thing for mayflies, usually soft hackle - parachute - something on surface.
    Gary Borger's Stage 1 emerger fly is
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  4. Mich. fish stocking

    Quote Originally Posted by rockriver View Post
    DNR

    Fill in the info and it'll show stocking data.

    You can search individual lakes and rivers or search the whole county.

    Hope this helps.
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  5. Belgian cast

    Quote Originally Posted by silver creek View Post
    Adding to what Larry has posted, the Belgian cast and reverse Belgian cast are also called constant tension oval casts. The standard Belgian cast is a low sidearm backcast with an immediate transition to an overhead or higher sidearm, forward cast. The rod tip goes in an OVAL path without a stop, hence the name “constant tension” cast and “oval” cast in addition to the name “Belgian” cast. The reverse Belgian is a high sidearm or vertical backcast connected to a lower sidearm cast.
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