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Tyler Legg
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Thursday, October 16, 2008

1.) I apologize for the lack of a post yesterday, I never had enough time to write a decent one. I guess from now on I will post almost every day, because there are sometimes things that come up, and I can't do it that day...anywho...
2.) Fishing is fine, minus the low waters, but overall you should be able to catch a few trout. The key is to fish the fast water, seams, pocket water, riffles, and so on... The fish will be spooky, so use some of that Jim Vincent's RIO, 6x-8x tippet. Small beadhead nymphs and dries as a dropper has been the primary weapon here in NC. Remember to stay low, and wear drab colored clothing, and the fish will more than likely cooperate. Stealth is more important than fly selection, so travel through the water in a silent manner...otherwise the fish will scatter and ...well, game over. The nights are starting to cool off as well as the days, so fishing will improve over the next few days. Rain is also probable in the next few days in a few mountain towns. If we can just get a long term relief from the low water, we would be in prime shape for fly fishing.
3.) Here in the Queen City area, we are really going to be nice and cool, as temps will drop to the lower 60s and upper 50's, with 30's at night. Accuweather's 15 day forecast does not show a single temperature above 71. I think Ma Nature is finally getting her act together.
4.) Not much else to say....more later.


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