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At 3:55pm on October 1, 2010, Jen Nayfly said…
wow number 3 on the leaderboards!
At 10:53am on July 30, 2010, kim burnett said…
Cool i also do woven body soft hackles bluegilll love them. And they fish well as a dropper rig on topwater flies.
At 9:47pm on July 28, 2010, jacob wilson said…
what is a good popper for bluegills on a fly rod? any suggestions? if u do i would apprecate it. thanks
At 10:49am on July 28, 2010, kim burnett said…
Those are 1/16 th oz they work all the way down to 1/80th
At 9:40am on June 30, 2010, Sarah Thomasson gave Greg McWilliams a gift
ok thanks i will. i just gotta get there before vacations over so i can try it out. is it a sinking fly?
At 5:28am on June 29, 2010, Sarah Thomasson said…
Thanks. And it looks like I'll need to take a trip to cabelas for the copper flash. :)
At 4:28am on June 23, 2010, Andrew said…
hey greg, i most certainly will post some flies once i get home and i can post them. thats not for about another month though
At 7:38am on June 4, 2010, geoffrey f.simons said…
greg,sorry it took so long to get back to you .after i sent you message i saw you lived in Ok.went through your area 2 weeks ago on my way to Iowa went right past mined land area n. of pittsburg had my tube my rods (4wt,5wt, and 8wt) and murphy's law no time to stop :-( i coulda cried lol oh well next time geoff
At 9:11pm on May 28, 2010, Brian Voss said…
Lone Elk Park Lake is a catch and release only lake run by the St. Louis County Department of Parks and Recreation located in Southwest St. Louis County. Only artificials can be used. They allow only 2 boats per day on it and you have to reserve it far in advance ($30 per day). Fishing is from 8am to 6pm. I only get to fish it a couple of times per year because it fills up quickly. It is loaded with big hybrids, bluegill and longears, as well as crappie, small bass, catfish and MONSTER carp.
At 6:27am on May 27, 2010, Zach Pierce said…
I used to fish Hudson quite a bit growing up but never really caught much of any size out of there. I know it is full of smaller crappie. Do you know if it happens to have Red Ear in it? A friend of mine said he caught a Walleye out of it but I really do not think it has any in there.

I fished Osage for the first time about a week or so ago and all I caught was a small Coppernose and small Longear. Not what I expected from that lake. Have you caught some nice ones from there?
At 4:21am on May 13, 2010, Tim C. Homesley said…
Yes just north of pittsburg, not sure exactly where I was, I was with a buddy that fishes over there a lot this time of year.
At 10:46am on April 24, 2010, geoffrey f.simons said…
Hello Greg, I take it you live in pittsburg Ks .Cool little collage town,I have yet to make it back there. Was outside going thru my tubing stuff, trying to get all in one bag lol haveing the tube with me would make fishing somewhat easier, being able to get off the banks and out into the less pressured water.I really enjoyed the mined area fished from the afternoon before and into the next afternoon ,had the whole park to myself most of the day easy to do when you fish a weekday ha ha look forward to fishing there again! maybe finding someone to show me the some of the better spots to fish notice I did'nt say best spots you can keep those up your sleeve lol till next time g
At 11:16am on April 23, 2010, geoffrey f.simons said…
Oh gosh, they have names? All I remember is the park was only 1.5 miles away from the pet food plant ,drove in a clock direction started fishing at the 3rd lake on left and hopscotched around from there. Was able to get a map of the whole area after my licence expired,still carry it in the truck.I definatly want to get back there,can't remember exactly when I was there (have to go back thru my permit stack do like the idea of setting my start- finish time G
At 10:42am on April 23, 2010, Bruce Condello said…
By the way, I like the music on your home page!
At 10:41am on April 23, 2010, Bruce Condello said…
When is that smallmouth get together?
At 7:00am on April 16, 2010, Jim Gronaw said…
Hey Greg...back in the old days, shad were highly prized for their roe and flavor and were pickled, broiled and baked as a food fish. Since 1973 Maryland has had a moretorium on shad. However, the past ten years has seen a resurgence in these fish in areas of the Mid-Atlantic. As a result, we can now fish for them on a catch and release basis. This is great news for recreational fishermen. I have only been fishing for them for the last five years and some of my 'all-time' best trips on the water were shad fishing. They cannot be commercially harvested at this time.
At 10:33am on April 8, 2010, Jen Nayfly said…
Thanks, dragonfly's fascinate me. By the way your "crappie spider grub" looks good but think ya might need a few more rubber legs up top. I was thinkin of tying one and using long guinea hackle up top. I'll have to see what I can come up with.
At 7:32am on March 26, 2010, Derrick said…
Yeah if there is any left, I found that while googlin' (deep) for bluegill pics. I've seen all sorts of fish, but that's the first time I've ever saw hot squog before.
At 10:10am on March 21, 2010, Pat Vaughn said…
Thanks so much Greg, I am pumped about this area! I hope to run into all of the "gill guys" and get in some great fishing!
At 8:59am on March 21, 2010, John Sheehan said…
How's the fishing down your way Greg?

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