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Dylar
Dylar
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  • Dylar
    started a topic Dawn Patrol

    Dawn Patrol

    Mid-spring is my favorite time to hit the bluelines. The water levels are right, the bugs are right, and the temps are right above and below the surface. If there's a downside, it's that I can't lie slugabed until late in the morning and hit the water at lunchtime the way I do in the winter. I've never...
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  • Dylar
    replied to Questions re: a scouted location...
    If the stream runs heavily on bedrock, it probably won't matter whether the cove is an isolated pocket of old growth hardwoods or just "dry;" the creek will hold its water.

    As far as what I look for in a blueline, there are a lot of features that I'm looking for in smaller creeks,...
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  • Dylar
    replied to strange spawn
    I've seen browns on redds as early as mid-October and as late as early March in NC. I've seen rainbows spawning before Christmas and even into early May. In years with favorable conditions, a single hen brown trout might spawn two or three times between fall and late winter. This is very much not...
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  • It doesn't matter whether they were "in the background" or not, better fishing is better fishing, even if the magazines aren't there to see it....
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  • I suspect this is wishful thinking as applied to the past. There was no point at which Georgia, had, on the whole, better trout fishing that NC, TN and VA, all of which have 2-3 times as many stream miles as Georgia, and many times again as much prime, non-marginal habitat. What Georgia did have is...
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  • I don't think it will ever produce sufficient numbers of wild fish to be considered a fishery on par with other Southern tailwaters, but it grows some massive holdovers.
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