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Tyler Legg
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Saturday, March 7, 2009
1.) I talked to a few fellow anglers over on the Southeast Fly Fishing Forum who said they were positive they saw Quill Gordons hatching on the Chattooga River today. So now we have reports that indicate, yes, there are Quill Gordons hatching out right now. I've heard that the Blue Quills are starting to hatch as well as a few March Browns. For Quill Gordons, #12-14 have proved to be the most reliable sizes to use. The trout are looking up for any bugs on the top folks so have at it and enjoy, it's gonna be a GREAT weekend for fishing. I may walk down to our local stream and get my waders wet (do a dare say wet wade?) Have a good one folks. Tight lines and catch a bunch.

2 comments:

Chris Donato said...

Hey Tyler,

I sent you an email but I think we have narrowed done our area of fishing in a couple of weeks.

We are either fishing the Luftee trophy section and/or Deep Creek. What do you think and do you have any fly recommendations.

Thanks,
Chris

Tar Heel Fly Fishing said...

Hey Chris,

I just saw your email and replied back...One thing though, I forgot to include the 'Luftee which is another AWESOME river to say the least. There are some BIG brownies that lurk in the there. Streamers have always worked for me, especially Woolly Buggers, Clousers, and Zonkers. Deep Creek is one that I have not fished yet, but from what I've heard, it is a fine stream with plenty of fish.

Tight Lines,
Tyler

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