06/01/10
Insects and other foods the trout may be eating:
1.    Blue-winged Olives
2.    Little Short Horned Sedges
3.    American March Browns
4.    Cinnamon Sedges (Caddisflies) (Abrams Creek)
5.    Green Sedges (Caddisflies)
6.    Little Sister Caddisflies (Abrams Creek)
7.    Eastern Pale Evening Duns
8.    Sulphurs
9.    Little Yellow Stoneflies -Yellow Sallies
10.  Eastern Green Drakes (Abrams Creek)
11.  Giant Stoneflies
12.  Light Cahills
13.  Sculpin, baitfish and small crayfish (Imitate with streamers)
14.  Midges

This is daily article number 800:
I have a difficult time believing I have written 800 daily articles since starting this
website. Doing the math, that's well of two years and 70 days of them but some days
were skipped, especially when we first got started. In addition, I have four other
websites to maintain although I have help with some of the work.

During the month of May, we had an average of over 1100 people per day that read
the daily articles, or at least opened the page the articles were on. That's up from
about 740 last May and it indicates the activity on this part of the site is growing. As
long as that many people read what I have to say, I will gladly keep it up. It ranks
close to our Yellowstone website in this respect. By far our largest site in terms of
activity is the Perfect Fly site (which is less than 2 years old) but it gets some of its
traffic from links from this site and the Yellowstone site.

New generic, low priced "Green Weenie" Fly:
We recently added a Green Weenie fly to our "Perfect Fly' website. We have
sections of the store for those anglers who prefer the generic, low priced flies. This
simple fly is available for $.70 each including shipping. Loop worms, sour worms,
inch worms or whatever you prefer to call moth larvae are starting to become
plentiful. You will see them hanging down form the tree limbs in the park.



















We also have other versions of moth larvae flies:
This is what we call the Mean Green Weenie.
It is a streamer fly that comes in hook sizes
12. 14 and 16 and cost only $.79 each
including shipping.
This is what we call the Green Weenie
Streamer. It comes in hook sizes 12. 14 and
16 and cost only $.79 each including
shipping.
This is what we call the Bead Head Green
Weenie Streamer. It comes in hook sizes 12.
14 and 16 and cost only $.79 each including
shipping.
All three (3) of the above flies are available
at
Green Weenie Generic Flies.
This is our "Perfect Fly" Inch
Worm. It comes in hook sizes
12 and 14. These flies are
$2.25 each including delivery.