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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 04-28-2013, 09:56 PM Thread Starter
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I owe it all to bowmike for tying all the flies i use and giving me tips along the way im not a pro by any means..yet.. but im starting to consistently catch fish
thanks bowmike!
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Looks like ur doing great...also I love my loggy
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Way to go! Looks like you're off to a great start!
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Good job! Keep up the great work and practice. It definetly helps when you are catching fish. Honestly the flies may have go the fish to bit but you definetly had to put them in the right place, and get the right drift. You can have the best looking fly in the world but if you don't put it in the right place, you might not get the strike.

What were they hitting on. I know you had wanted some "buggy looking" nymphs. Was that the ticket.

keep me posted. and let me know if you want to sumbit any pictures for my website. I like having customer photos.

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Nice fish, that last one looks like it could've been a native.
Not sure why the pics aren't showing, maybe the links were truncated, make sure you copy and paste the entire link.
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post #8 of 11 (permalink) Old 04-29-2013, 08:38 PM Thread Starter
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Bowmike so far i caught them on a bhpt, zebra midge, a green and black stockie killer, wolly buggers and two diffrent brightly colored flies one gold the other pink. I do think the fish above is native it was up in cameron/potter county where theres a bunch of them. reading the threads about the little J or Pine creek makes it look like thats gonna be the next step.
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Those red spots are outstanding! Don't be affraid to asks question on the open forum. One of the benifits of asking questions on the forum is that you can get many fly fishermans way of doing things. You can try each technique that is offered and find one that matches you. If you only ask one or two guys you may not get all of the information that can really help you out.

keep up the good work.

Also the brown would be considered wild, not native. They were introduced to the U.S. so they are not considered native. I never took care to whichever way you want to catorgorize a fish that was born in a stream but it makes you sound more "professional" using more correct terminology.

that being said I have called many browns native not wild in my day

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post #10 of 11 (permalink) Old 05-01-2013, 12:05 AM Thread Starter
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Ya i should have known better anyone who spends five minutes on pa fly fish knows that browns are not native
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