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09-19-2002 08:34 PM
pmflyfisher John

So you are saying prime time is about to start ? Also prime time is arriving here, just needs to cool down a little more and get some rain.

Figures just when my work world goes crazy. With my luck I will be on a plane to Schweiser land soon where they have only small trout and grayling and most of the fishing is private.

Do you know where schweiser land is ?

Silverbullet

Agree there are no browns over there, got to try and keep John away from there.

Hal
09-19-2002 08:22 PM
silverbullet I'm over here in the ohio tribs of lake erie.we don't see too many browns or salmon around here but a few turn up from time to time.The state puts in excess of 400,000 steelies into the system every spring and that makes for some fun fishing.I'll have to say we may not gey huge fish,average under 10 lbs, but we get alot of them.I gots to go tie more flies.out
09-19-2002 07:00 AM
FlyFishAR Hal (aka PMflyfisher):

They are about to turn the water off here (an about time I must say). I've been busy tying "trout crack" in anticipation of the new season.

John
09-18-2002 10:03 PM
striblue Welcome Silverbullet...glad to have you on board.....
09-18-2002 09:10 PM
pmflyfisher FlyfishAr (John)

Yes there are bigger and more browns which run the rivers off of a Lake Erie and Lake Ontario then here in Lake Michigan waters. They have better stocking programs there on Browns from what I hear. October to November is the target period for the big lake runs.

Silverbullet

Keep this gentlemen FF off your waters unless you want the trophy brown fishery depleted. :hehe:
09-18-2002 08:19 PM
FlyFishAR
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From what I have heard it appears you have better lake run brown trout fishing there then we do here.
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Did somebody say "brown trout"......:eyecrazy:

John
09-18-2002 04:57 PM
pmflyfisher Welcome, great another great lakes steelheader, I'm a lake michigan steelheader, never done lake erie, hard to pull me away from here.

From what I have heard it appears you have better lake run brown trout fishing there then we do here.
09-18-2002 11:50 AM
fredaevans
Welcome to the Board!



99% of the time we get it right .... the other 1% will have 999 posts. Just kidding.


:hehe:

fae
09-18-2002 10:52 AM
Dble Haul Oooooh, so that's what "location" in the profile means!

Question answered!
09-18-2002 10:25 AM
Adrian Welcome Jeff!

Lake Erie tribs sounds like Steelhead & Salmon country
09-18-2002 08:16 AM
Dble Haul Hey Jeff, welcome. Where are you located and what do you fish for?
09-17-2002 08:13 PM
silverbullet
newbie saying hello

HEY ,
just a quick hello and praise for the site.The guys in charge are doing a great job.I have learned alot and hope to learn more to come.keep up the good work.Everyone sure seems nice and helpful here.
jeff

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