TenkaraBum Challenge - Bleeding Shiner
by Alan Luecke
(Kansas City, MO)
Bleeding Shiner, male
The Bleeding Shiner is apparently the most common fish in Brush Creek. I caught them all day. My micro rig for the day was the Kurenai HM30R with size 3 level line, 7X tippet and a beadhead size 26 killer bugger tied small.
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