Sunday's Catch

by Vic Velasco
(Reston, VA)

Blue Gnat Fly

Blue Gnat Fly

Blue Gnat Fly Inhaled the fly! Small Large Mouth Bass Large Small Bluegill

Tied another blue fly - half hitch on a tanago hook secured in place with a dab of epoxy. The wind was up more so than the previous days - the really small fish were hiding from the rougher (relative) water. I did manage to get these two on the "blue gnat" - I had a third small large mouth bass, but as I was pulling it up, it got off the hook.

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Apr 16, 2013
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Videos?
by: Timmy

Love the posts just wish you had some short video clips now and then, yes? Maybe?

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