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Fairborn, Ohio, United States
My name is Ron Lewis. I consider myself to be an avid fly fisher and have migrated towards quality over quantity these last few years. Not that going out and catching a half dozen Browns on the Mad River is a bad thing...I am just hooked on the high I receive while bringing a 28" Brown to hand, or have a day when eighty-one inches of fish are released in three hours. And yes, these feats were accomplished on the Mad River in Ohio. If you find yourself in the area get in touch. Also, be sure and look up Ohio Trophy Trout Hunter on Facebook and join the group. Guide Rates: Bridge to Bridge - $250 Custom Walks - $Call for Pricing Instruction on the Mad River - $200 (Instruction on the river consists of a personal assessment of the anglers skill sets, and then formulating a 3 hourish lesson designed for targeted angler improvement.)

Friday, February 18, 2011

Fifty-Five Point Five and Counting

Recently I realized my last two fish to net total a length of fifty-five and one half inches.  These include a twenty-seven and a half inch female Brown caught on December 10, 2010 and my last of twenty-eight inches caught on February 16, 2011.
28" Mad River Brown
27.5" Mad River Brown

Safely Released Trophy Brown
I am not posting this to brag, well ok a little gloating may be involved, but I am showing you and the world the fish are in your back yard.  You do not need to book a trip, fly for hours, and spend thousands of dollars to get out and fish.  Just get out and fish!  Put your time in and you will soon be showing your friends and family pictures of you holding a beautiful and rare fish.

Ohio Scenery

17.5" Mad River Smallie

However, if you get the chance to go to one of the exotic fishing destinations, please take me with you.

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