Tubing Glenloch Lilies

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      Tubing Glenloch Lilies

      After a couple days of oppressive heat, the temps dropped to a comfortable 90 degrees with a breeze. With a chance to drop the tube in for the last hour and a half of daylight, on went the fins. With a lot of smaller stuff thrown in, the Gurgler proved able to bring the largest of the gills to the top. The night was owned by the Black Gurgler, and the fly that started the night….ended the night.

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      Tubing Glenloch Lilies


      Nice looking bass pond water. I remember fishing many farm ponds during the summer back in upstate New York. We are going through a bit of warm weather this week. 96°F of dry heat today in the Rogue Valley, Oregon.

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