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10-25-2004 03:21 PM
robert l. Thursday I go fishing a long weekend on the Tyne (UK).
I want to do that for the first time in english tradition (speycasting and speyflies)
Let you know the results.

Robert l.
10-25-2004 01:43 PM
peter-s-c That'll be a hoot -- picking up a chinook on the end of a long swing. I think a verification might be in order, eh?

I might take a run up to the Saugeen in a couple of weeks, we'll see how it goes.
10-25-2004 10:41 AM
removed_by_request Hit the Mo' a week ago Sunday, no Steel, but a ton of Chinook.

Partner and I managed to get a couple to hit a swung fly, they were well over 70' away when we hooked them in some deep, dark H2O.

Rumor has it fish are bedding, with steelhead and browns laying behind them sucking up the eggs. May give it another run this week-end just to verify.
10-25-2004 10:08 AM
Any reports?

With our long, dry spell followed by a week of rain, just wondering how the various rivers are doing.

Didn't fish this weekend but i took a run down to Caledonia on the Grand and it didn't look like anything was being caught. Water levels were low despite the rain.

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