Thursday, April 28, 2011

It's Laker Time!

These lakers aren't trout and they aren't from LA. The annual run of Lake Erie smallmouth has started in the tributaries. These fish show up in most of the tribs and allow river anglers a shot at real trophy-sized bronzebacks. Matt Hines shows a big Elk Creek smallie that hammered a swung fly that was targeted for steelies. It's the best of both worlds when you can get big smallies and steelhead on the same day. The time is now if the water levels cooperate.

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