Insects and other foods the trout
should be eating:
1. Slate Drakes
2. Little Yellow Stoneflies (Summer Stones)
3. Needle Stoneflies
4. Mahogany Duns
5. Little Yellow Quills
Most available - Other types of food:
6. Sculpin, Minnows (Streamers)
7. Inch Worms
Labor Day Weekend Confusion
We may be confused but to the best of our knowledge, labor day weekend means we
should labor extra hard. We will not publish anything until Tuesday, September 3rd.
We will be working around the clock expanding the Perfect Fly operation to add more
new product. We will still be taking orders and shipping product, I just won't have the
time to continue to provide the free, daily advice and information that so many have
come to rely on.
If anyone begins to experience symptoms of clinical depression because of this,
please don 't wait for next Tuesday's article to get relief. Head to the nearest
emergency room and tell the doctor on duty your having problems. Tell them I
recommend you undergo Electroconvulsive therapy, or if you can't remember that, just
tell them ECT treatment. That will hold you over until I can publish another article on fly
fishing Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
I hope everyone has a wonderful holiday weekend.
Copyright 2013 James Marsh
New Schedule of Daily
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Conditions Forecast - Coming Week
Tuesdays: Fly Fishing Strategies -
Which Flies To Use - Coming Week
Wednesday: Fishing Tales
Thursday: Smoky Mountains Fishing
Friday: Getting Started
Saturday: Fly Fishing School
Sunday: This Week's Featured Trout
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