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“You’ve Got to Have an Inchworm”

July 10, 2011 By: Marshall Cutchin

Mike Bleech gets advice from casting instructor and Warren, PA resident Gary Kell on the top terrestrial patterns for fishing areas with lots of trees, like the Allegheny National Forest.  “He suggests that fly-fishers watch for inch worms first.  ‘Usually, you’ll see them hanging from the trees. They may be even earlier. That’s a good sign that it’s time to use them,’ he said.”  On GoErie.com.