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    Where are you catching those in CT, Rip? I lived in the SW corner and rarely caught them.

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    And here's yet another one I just recently caught



    And I appreciate the offer DrLaser but money is really, REALLY tight right now or I would definitely take you up on the offer
    Hey y'all watch this

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    Quote Originally Posted by jack crack jones View Post
    Where are you catching those in CT, Rip? I lived in the SW corner and rarely caught them.
    Where I live there's dozens of small mill ponds and reservoirs. 22 fishable ones in my town alone. NE corner

    It's finding the schools on one of those first warm sunny days after ice-out that counts. Those fish are hungry.
    There's a window of about 2-3 weeks.... then I move on to something else.
    There's other fish in the sea
    The simpler the outfit, the more skill it takes to manage it, and the more pleasure one gets in his achievements. --- Horace Kephart

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    Some good eating there...yummm!

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    some nice fish there, congrats

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    Default Re: Speck on the Fly

    Never thought of them as good fighters but they are good eaters

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    I've had great luck with pink wooly buggers and crappie here in my local ponds. 10"-12" are quite common, and 15" are available as well.


    Chris

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    Crappie rating:
    eatin - few better
    fightin - so-so but a big one can sure bend a fly rod
    fun - high on my list as they are plentiful
    availabilty - from South Florida to north of the Canadian border east to west

    God pic guys and my preferred flies are small marabou bead head streamers fished under a strike indicator, very slow.
    http://www.theflyfishingforum.com/forums/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=24405&dateline=129884  8088
    Great Fishing
    Der Alt Jaeger
    Chuck S

    "I've traveled many roads and some weren't paved."
    Will Rodgers

    http://fishing-folks.blogspot.com/

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