Fly Fishing Adventures

Jeff’s summaries of his fly fishing exploits.

Fly Fishing for Smallmouth on Sugar Creek – Part 1

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Fly fishing for smallmouth takes me to places that are special… are unlike other spots here in Indiana; Sugar Creek in North Central Indiana is just one of those places, in fact, it is THE place if you are looking for a beautiful place to find nice smallies. Such was the case just recently as […]

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Fly Fishing for Late Spring Smallmouth in Scenic Southern Indiana

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Finally, the weather and water temps have created the right scenario for some of The Hoosier’s States fine smallmouth bass fishing; it sure took long enough! Late May in scenic Southern Indiana gave way to a rise in water temps which caused our native trout (smallmouth) to make their way up into every nook and […]

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Largemouth Bass and Bluegill on the Popper

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Just what the doctor ordered….you bet, a couple of early hours on a late May morning, casting to hungry largemouth bass and bluegill was all it took to forget the stress of another ending of yet another school year. Kind of crazy how fast a fly rod and a few hungry fish can make you […]

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A Smallmouth Welcome to 2018

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Welcome back to smallmouth fishing and 2018; it seems like I am about a month of more later than in the past several years….but as they say, “Better late than never”! As you follow along today I catch 3 decent fish. Frankly, 2018 has been a huge struggle, cold temps and too much rain has […]

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Hatchery Creek – Wolf Creek Dam – Lake Cumberland

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Welcome back to 2018. Seems like it has been one of the longest winters in memory…but alas, over spring break, I was back at it again. I had read a few times about the new facility that had been built at the Wolf Creek Dam facility in southern Kentucky and decided to spend a few […]

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Fly Fishing Catch and Release at Bennet Spring

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Let’s be clear, anytime a person can get out in December, in The Midwest, to fly fish….is a good time. So it was that my friends, Frank Terkhorn, John Morgan and I left my home early on Friday, December 8th; we were headed west about 400 miles to one of my favorite places in this […]

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