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Old 02-01-2003, 03:43 PM
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Don't forget the great michigan fishery biologists who lead the research and initial stockings of lake michigan in the 1960s : Howard Tanner, Dave Borgerson, Paul Seebach, Leo Mroszinski, etc. they managed the early michigan steelhead and salmon programs. The Little Manistee strain is now the largest stocked strain through out the great lakes. A hardy strain they are.

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MJYP,
BTW, who do you think are the GLs fly fishing steelhead and salmon pioneers ?
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Hal,

We owe the biologists a hats off but they were not as you asked fly fishing pioneers. Just guys trying to get rid of a problem...alewives.

I always wonder what the first guy thought we he pegged one of our silver pigs while fishing for perch or trout.

Bet he was awe struck.
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Pat,

I like the stone fly pattern and am preparing to tie some. Did you get my care package yet ?

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Hal,
Yes! I should have replied sooner but I've been bad. Except for church and taking the wife to Sunday lunch I've spent all weekend fishing and/or rigging.:hehe:
I'm very impressed with some of your ideas and am looking forward to copying them. Many thanks.
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Pat,

No problem, just let me know when your headed up steelhead fishing, so I don't go to the same river you are on that day and have to compete with you using some of those fly patterns.

If you have any questions on any of those patterns shoot me a PM or email

Have to start using those feathers also, got some great ideas for their use.

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