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Topic Review (Newest First)
02-17-2002 09:21 PM
pmflyfisher
The Golden Ghost

Good article for all thinking of adding the Golden Ghost to your fly fishing list this year.

I can tell you they are an excellent test of your skills and tackle.

The Great Lakes area states have good fishing for these and big ones, as the attached Whitlock article states.

Caught about a 20LB while fishing for steelhead in Lake Michigan 15 years ago thought it was the big skamania, it was very powerful.

Some good fly patterns and techniques are listed in the article.

Hey if Dave W. has come out of the closet on fishing The Golden Ghost I guess we can too !!




http://www.flyshop.com/centers/midwest/09-99carp/

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