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Hello New World

Posted 11-17-2013 at 04:54 PM by troutfodder

Hello I'm new to this forum, really new.
I'm primarily a fly-fisherman for bass, but when i have the chance, I go for trophy trout in the beautiful streams of Western North Carolina.

Two weeks ago, I went on a trip to Stone Mountain Park. Man, were the trout biting on the Delayed Harvest Stream. The fly that was the most effective was a #4 nymph and a small cahill above it. The effects were profound!. In total 11 brookies all over 8 in. and 2 rainbow and brookie hybrids!
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And So It Ends Again..............

Posted 11-09-2013 at 03:39 PM by Ard

Once again November eighth has come and gone. The date not only marks the turning of yet another full year or another page in the book that has been my life, it heralds the head long run into the coming winter. Now I have 59 years to reflect upon and almost 54 of them I can remember in the outdoors.

My father started me out as a child trekking the mountains of a then very different North Central Pennsylvania. I was drawn to the tiny streams we would cross as we made our way back then...
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Muddler from Swap #1 - Streamers - Round Two! (OCT 2013)

Posted 10-30-2013 at 11:15 AM by random user

#6 Muddler Minnow (tive-r-gake a bit).
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Hook: 3X Long Streamer (Mustad 9672).

Size: #6 Shown, #2 - #14.

Thread: 6/0 and kevlar for spinning.

[Start with 6/0, color doesn't matter.]

Tail: Matched pair of mottled turkey quill slips.

Body: Holographic gold Mylar tinsel.

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unnamed short story

Posted 10-28-2013 at 01:07 PM by mikel

The autumn chill had a bit of steam coming off the water and there was gold along the banks...just the way it had been each of the 42 years he'd come here. Ever changing, yet ever the same, this water called to him as no other. With a sigh and a little smile pulled his old 5 weight friend from a battered tube and rigged up. Fifty yards downstream, at the top of Sal's hole, a sickly salmon rolled.

Sal was long dead, but 35 years ago he had taken a tumble there, filling his waders with...
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Living in the "DACKS" part 2

Posted 10-27-2013 at 02:55 PM by gzarboni (Living in the "DACKS" part 2)

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Hello all.
Well as you can see we got a little snow here in the Dacks this week. Temps have been dropping and are in the 30s during the day and high 20s at night. Fall is a great time to be here in the adirondacks, there are lots of festivals going on like the octoberfest, and lets not forget all the fright fests and pumpkin smashing.
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