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Thread: Quill Gordons are on!

  1. #11
    Join Date
    Mar 2008
    Location
    Waynesville, NC
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    250

    Default Frustrated

    I was absolutely covered up with a small hatch this afternoon in Cataloochee. Saw a few big fish, hanging out close to the banks in some slow shallow runs. I was having to beat the hatch off of my face around 6 pm. The bad news was that I tied on every fly in my box, and not one strike. Earlier in the week the brook were loving a #16 Blue wing Olive with an orange parachute. No such luck today, Can't wait for some warm rain!!!!

  2. #12
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    May 2007
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    Halifax, VA
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    Bob, I'm with you on that drive time, it hurts thinking about it from here. Save some for seed guys, be there as soon as I can!

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