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    Loretta Parent
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      Well it looks like I will be spending 6 weeks in Yellowknife, NWT this Summer. Work related of course. I will be taking my fly rod as I am going to ensure I get a chance at trying to land a Northern Greyling or a Northern Pike. Any suggestions on what type of fly to use for the Greyling?

      #35131

      Bass_Bug
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        Loretta,

        Can’t help you on suggestions, but I do hope to hear your report on what “summer” is like that close to the Artic Circle.

        #35132

        Loretta Parent
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          I hear from my hubby that the daylight is 24hrs but a little on the dusky side at it’s darkest.
          I will fill you in when I return in August.

          #35138

          Kelly L.
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            Sawyer’s Killer Bug for the Grayling should work. I have never fished for Grayling before. But I heard they work for that. The problem is getting the right color of yarn.

            #35140

            Loretta Parent
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              Do you know what the pattern is Kelley?

              #35156

              Lynn
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                L Parent, here’s a link to tie the killer bug.
                http://www.riverflybox.co.uk/Killer%20Bug.html
                There’s also some You Tube videos on how to tie it.

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