Sorry for the long delay in posting, but between the weather, rescheduling trips, travel, and various other commitments it has been very hard to get on the computer. We still have a few dates open for Spring Steelhead if you are willing to get out. Despite the rain, flooding, and overall bad weather as of late, we have been able to get out and hit a few really nice fish on the fly.
*Just a reminder April 25-26 Spring Spey Casting & Tying Event with April Vokey and Will Turek is right around the corner! Please visit OCBS Spring Spey Event For additional information and event sign-up contact OCBS member Will Turek: email@example.com or 330.807.4828
Spring Lake Erie Chrome.
William and Martin pose with a fine Lake Erie Steelhead from our recent Steelhead School in conjunction with Jim Lampros and Orvis Cleveland. Congrats William on such a fine steelhead and your successes with Guide Brett McCrea.
William shares the spot light with his father Martin, and another nice Lake Erie Steelhead.
Ed with a nice buck from a recent trip with John Miller.
Ken with a nice Lake Erie Steelhead.
Dave with a heavy shouldered "Golden" Steelhead.
Gary and his daughter Sara share a photo with one of the steelhead they caught recently.
Treg with a nice buck from a recent trip with Tim Hess.
Randy with a nice steelhead of his own.
Bill with a nice Ohio Steelhead from a recent trip with John Clouser.
Hal with a nice Ohio Buck.
We'll have more Ohio and PA Steelhead pictures for you when they all come in from the guys! Here are a few pictures from a rained out guides day off, that Brett and John Miller decided to hit a few spots for toothy game....
Brett plays a good fish....
Brett poses with a nice Pike that took a red and copper bucktail streamer.
Another sweet Pike on the fly!
I will be guiding in the mountains through Wednesday April 20th for a few more of these.... If you need anything please feel free to contact Patrick Robinson through the information provided at the top right hand side of our blog. Thanks and I'm out of here!!!
Hooked up on a decent Brook Trout!
A nice small stream Brook Trout.
Another Brook Trout that took a small leech pattern.