The the bigger the better.
Tony

--- On Fri, 3/5/10, rene.zillm...@t-online.de <rene.zillm...@t-online.de> wrote:

From: rene.zillm...@t-online.de <rene.zillm...@t-online.de>
Subject: Re: [VFB] First fish of the year
To: vfb-mail@googlegroups.com
Date: Friday, March 5, 2010, 8:15 AM


I assume, the big trout can only be taken on big nymphs. DonO had
already suggested a pattern for them.
Rene
R&D
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Date: Fri, 05 Mar 2010 14:42:26 +0100
Subject: RE: [VFB] First fish of the year
From: Anthony Spezio <bambot...@yahoo.com>
To: vfb-mail@googlegroups.com



They are hiding under my dock. You also need a big dream.
Tony

--- On FRI, 3/5/10, J BALMER __ wrote:

From: J Balmer 
Subject: RE: [VFB] First fish of the year
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Date: Friday, March 5, 2010, 7:39 AM

    I want to catch a 15’ brown!  

         

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ON BEHALF OF Anthony Spezio
 SENT: Thursday, March 04, 2010 8:48 PM
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    Dean fished the trophy area today, he C&R 44 trout.
   BTW, That was a 15 inch Brown not a 15 foot Brown. Fat fingers.
   Tony

   --- On THU, 3/4/10, SCOTT BEARDEN __   wrote:    

   From: scott bearden 
   Subject: Re: [VFB] First fish of the year
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   Date: Thursday, March 4, 2010, 7:52 PM       

    Way to go Tony! Now if only   that will hold out for us at Sowbug.

   Scott       

    On Thu, Mar 4, 2010 at 8:46   PM, Anthony Spezio  wrote:    

    After over five months     of high water and cold weather the river
was finally down. I had some     things to do today and I had noted
this morning that the dock was a lot     lower than it gad been in
months. We left the house about noon to get done     what we had to do
before I went to my monthly tying session. We got home     about 5 PM
and saw that the river was lower than I had seen it in months.     The
temperature was almost 60 so I grabbed a rod, tied on a Chili Pepper  
  and went to the dock. It looked like one unit running. I cast a
while with     the CP and no hits. Tied on a small bead head midge,
still nothing. Then     tried a Zebra Midge and still nothing. The sun
was going down fast and it     was getting cool. I noted that there
was a big midge hatch coming on and     the trout started rising but
too far below the dock to reach them. Then I     saw a good riser in
casting reach. I passed the Zebra Midge over the rise     several time
with no takes. Now it was getting cold so I decided on one     more
cast. I changed over to a red body soft hackle, passed it over the    
rise and then decided to make one more cast. The cast was good and the
    drift was right over the rise. A take and a good one. I landed the
15'     brown and released it. Now I was really getting cold but the
trout were     rising in earnest but I had to quit. It was good to get
a nice Brown the     first time to wet a line in over 5 months. Not
bad for about 30 minuets of     fishing.
     Arkansas Tony          

          

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