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04-30-2002 06:42 AM
juro Called over to SWE three times, didn't catch Peter in the shop. Just send some email... hope to hear back soon. I'll let everyone know what dates he likes.

Juro
04-29-2002 04:39 PM
jared worms have already been hatching at a couple locations...cold weather will doubtless shut them off again, but it's all about time on the water!!



--j
04-29-2002 04:33 PM
Jimmy
Worms

Started to tie up some worm flys for the much anticipated hatch. Pretty simple:

size 1 to 4 gamakatsu hook

Black thread

Tie on a small amount of red marabo{or anthing else that will give it movement) about the length of the hook

Wind a length of red tinsel chhenille up the length of the hook stopping short of the eye. Cut off the excess.

Wind on a small amount of black tinsel chenille to form a head.

Tie it off, tie it on, and go fishing.

Any body out there doing anything else? I have an open mind and an empty fly box.


04-25-2002 05:48 PM
doogue I am game if we are talking the weekend before Memorial Day or the weekend after Memorial Day.

I will be moving over Memorial Day weekend.

If we can arrive at a date that fits my schedule then I will meister. I cannot commit until I have a date though.

-Mike
04-25-2002 01:36 PM
DanD Count me in on this one!
04-25-2002 10:07 AM
jared scheduling for this is going to be far more at the whim of the worms than anything else...when you hit a worm hatch right it is EPIC!

have fun & happy hunting.

--j
04-25-2002 08:09 AM
bcasey Memorial Day weekend aint gonna cut it for me, Niece/god child is getting married that WE and all kinds of family gonna be in town. PLEASE, let it be another weekend??? You know how I love the spring clave, and along with the Saltwaters Edge, this should be one bigtime blast.
04-24-2002 11:12 PM
juro I sure will! Currently waiting on a reply from Jenks. I'll email him tonight as well. BTW - Roop will not be able to coordinate this event this year. We are taking volunteers to oversee this and coordinate the event with Peter Jenkins and the Saltwater Edge.

Email me if you are interested. Thanks,

Juro
04-24-2002 10:47 PM
Striper I would like to attend Juro please post dates as soon as humanly possible so'z I can make some plans to join you'z guy'z. I can bring the boat but boats and worm hatches don't normally go hand in hand unless we need a boat to reach the hatch. Either way I would be interested in commiserating with the pro's from here. Names to faces and such. Even maybe catch a fish or 2. I will check back often for your updates. Thanks!!!
Tightlines,
Mike
04-24-2002 05:52 PM
Jimmy
Thanks

Thanks Mark. That clears things up for me. My Latin is a little rusty. The only thing this old alter boy remembers is how to conjugate the verb "to spit". Spito, Spitari, Hacktui, Splat.:hehe:
04-24-2002 04:44 PM
nathansmith May 25/26 Count me in I think. I should be ready to go by then
04-24-2002 04:25 PM
Dble Haul Jimmy, the answer to your question is yes. The cinder worm and clam worm are names that are used interchangeably along the coast to describe what is essentially the same creature. While scup and porgy are the same species, either one of the worm nomenclatures is used to include any one of hundreds of different species of marine worms. The differences in these species' physiology is minimal and of no real relevance to angler, unless you'd like to get into some Latin and hair splitting.
04-24-2002 04:04 PM
Jimmy
Worms

Quick question. I know from my travels around New England, I could be talking about the same fish as some one else and not know it due to the different names of the fish. Down here we have porgys. Some place may have scup. Same fish different name. The question is this..... Cinder worm....Clam worm. Same critter or totally different animal? I need to know!
04-24-2002 03:48 PM
Adrian Ray, thats cool - don't forget to bring along a few of those new organic flies too
04-24-2002 02:41 PM
RayStachelek I'm fine tuning my flatwings and cinder worm patterns as I speak.
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