Toni Rathgeb
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Calling All Worms -- Find an area of loose, slightly moist soil (the dirt under a log or landscape timber works well) and push a 12- to 18-inch-long stick two to three inches into the ground. Vigorously rub another stick from side to side against it for about 2 minutes and watch as any worms in the vicinity wriggle to the surface. Try several areas in the yard to see which ones are the hottest worm hangouts.

Calling All Worms This surprisingly simple technique will unearth some surprising results! Find an area of loose, slightly moist soil (the dirt under a log or landscape timber works well) and push a to stick two to three inches into the ground.

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Real artistry...

I found a caddis larva on the business end of my hook recently and set out to try and mimic it.

Must try to do a tail like that. Ideas: Tie a bunch of deer hair to the body and trim it. Do a long EP(-like) body, squeeze it near the end an apply some super glue (more likely to work).

finger mullet - posted in Fly Tying Forum: hi allfirst of all I personally havent see finger mullet in mass schools in years where i am.We get a few scattered podsthen the storms come and they are gone.finger mullet when alive are mostly silver maybe a ti

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Giving the broccoli a head start on the roast salmon in this one-pan dish lets it get nicely browned, coaxing out its natural sweetness.

This had me at "chile-caper vinaigrette!" -- Roast Salmon and Broccoli with Chile-Caper Vinaigrette. Giving the broccoli a head start on the roast salmon in this one-pan dish lets it get nicely browned, coaxing out its natural sweetness.