Tag: Steelhead

Clearly Scared: a Lake Erie steelhead halloween on the fly

This past weekend I made my annual Halloween pilgrimage to Erie,  PA in search of shadowy ghosts who rise from the depths of the lake and haunt the waters of the tributaries through the winter. Unlike many of my impromptu trips throughout the year this one was planned and I had company. For the past …

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The O4P’s of Fly Fishing (a method for beginners)

One of the most common questions I get about Lake Erie steelhead fishing is “what do I use?” The answer depends on a lot of factors, so lets look at a few of them. Honestly there are a lot of good flies out there, the white wooley bugger, frenchies, steelie omelet, rosetta stone, and intruders …

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