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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.)

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Irish Green Water...

700cfs makes for a lot of water.

What a way to spend St. Patties Day...Although high, the Mad River was certainly fishable today.  Irish green in color with perfect fishing clarity, another monster rose from her depths in an all out assault on an Olive Red Rocket. Smashing its prey near the surface boiled the water, and the first run was on.  Being solo, and in high water proved to make landing this beast a difficult task.  Mission accomplished, and Twenty Eight inches of Mad River beast was once again king of its domain.

28 inch Mad River Brown
Big Mouthful of Olive Red Rocket
The Mad's condition is only going to improve over the next few days and should make for prime streamer fishing this weekend.  If you are getting on the water a sinking line and your streamer box is all you should need.  Tight lines out there.

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