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  1. #11
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    Hi,
    Webber has been fishing great. But it is about to get too hot until fall imo. The heat will send the fish deep. Mosquitos are getting better.
    I work for the non-profit that runs Webber and am happy to talk about it-shoot me a pm!

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    Wonderful news John Sv, Thanks.

    OK, here is our source of current information for Webber Lake.
    Bill Kiene (Boca Grande)

    567 Barber Street
    Sebastian, Florida 32958

    Fly Fishing Travel Consultant
    Certified FFF Casting Instructor

    Email: billkiene63@gmail.com
    Cell: 530/753-5267
    Web: www.billkiene.com

    Contact me for any reason........
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    Thanks everyone for all your ideas. Going to try a few spots out soon.

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    I got back from Bend, Oregon. I fished East Lake and it’s probably one of my new favorite places to fish. Sight casting bows and browns that are chasing damsel nymphs or sipping spent callibaites 5-10’ off the bank in between the shoreline and weed beds. That type of fishing is addictive. Then when the topwater bite slowed toss out a flashback PT 3’-4’ under an indicator and lots of action.

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    That is truly classy fly fishing.

    Inspiring post.



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    In the 1970s our Cortland Line Rep, Joe Patterson, took us youngsters up to Central Oregon to the famous lakes.

    We fished Crane Prairie, Wickiup, Hosmer, Diamond, and Davis Lakes plus little Fall River.

    In the first years, we were all in round float tubes with fins which is a great way to fly fish.

    We soon all gravitated to 8 foot prams which really changed our fly-fishing experience.

    In a pram you could take a cooler with food and drinks and several different fly-fishing outfits.

    Everyone had 7 foot oars and some added a tiller electric motor or a 4hp outboard motor.

    Every year it was a little different fishing so we moved around with local information.

    I did not get to fish East Lake but heard about it over the years.
    Bill Kiene (Boca Grande)

    567 Barber Street
    Sebastian, Florida 32958

    Fly Fishing Travel Consultant
    Certified FFF Casting Instructor

    Email: billkiene63@gmail.com
    Cell: 530/753-5267
    Web: www.billkiene.com

    Contact me for any reason........
    ______________________________________

  6. #16
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    Yup, East lake is just on the other side of hwy 97. I wanted to fish Crane but the local fly shop recommended East Lake for the shore fishing since I didn’t take a watercraft with me.

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