Spring Steelheading

Written by Bob White. Posted in Bobs Fly Fishing Journal, Fishing, Steel Head Fishing Reports

Published on April 25, 2014 with No Comments

Spring Steelheading

Spring Steelheading Steel Head Fishing

Spring Steel Head Fishing

The Lake Erie tribs are in beautiful shape and the weather isn’t too bad either. The spring run is on in full force and anglers should be able to head out and have a few opportunities to catch some steel. Effective patterns have been woolly buggers in all colors sizes 4-10, Egg patterns, stone flies, and baitfish imitations.

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Spring Steelheading Steel Head Fishing

Spring Steelheading Steel Head Fishing

 

Tight Lines,
Bob

About Bob White

Native of Ohio, Bob has been chasing fish throughout Ohio on the fly for the past decade, he enjoys every aspect of fishing from the preparation to the moment of hook up. The hobby of fly fishing has evolved from a passion and a job as a guide for a premier outfitter at Ohio Steelhead Drifters, Bob spends 250+ days a year on local rivers and lakes chasing all species of fish.

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