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Tyler Legg
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Tuesday, January 26, 2010
1.) More rain/snow/sleet/freezing rain is going to hit the western Carolinas this weekend. Of course this will only add onto the heavy rain we received Sunday. The weekend storm looks very interesting. It could be a major snowstorm. It could be a major icestorm. It could just end up being mostly a rain event. Either way you put it, it's going to be liquid at some point and it's going to eventually cause the rivers to rise once again. So, the usual high water/muddy water flies are best used. Woolly Buggers in sizes of 8-10 along with most other streamer patterns should catch fish. Girdle Bugs are also working well in sizes of 6-12. Get that nymph down on the bottom and you may end up catching a big brown. If you're near a fly shop, stop by and ask where to go and what the go-to fly is right now.

2.) The Fly Fishing Show is this weekend here in Charlotte, so if you are planning on heading over to the Park (formerly known as the Merchandise Mart here in Charlotte) have fun. I won't be there this year unfortunately, as I'll be up in West Virginia on a skiing trip.

3.) If you haven't checked out the all new Tar Heel Fly Fishing Forum, it's well worth the visit. We are starting to see more members joining and posting. I designed and put together the message board on Sunday, and since then, we are closing in on 100 posts. Discussions range from small stream brook trout fishing to DH fly fishing in NC, and even fly tying and gear talk. I've even included a category on the forum devoted to fly fishing out of NC. If you enjoy fishing in and around NC, or you want to learn more about fly fishing in NC, join the discussion!! See you over there...

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