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The Stave normally begins to heat up in Sept. and into Oct. when the Chums move into the system you will find the odd nice Hoe and Spring mixed in with em also.
 

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berean_man7 said:
The Stave normally begins to heat up in Sept. and into Oct. when the Chums move into the system you will find the odd nice Hoe and Spring mixed in with em also.
Yup, I got a beautiful 14lbs northern on the fly last year.
 

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WOW flyguy thats a huge ho for the Stave

and here i thought my 11lb was a huge one as most i have seen there are like 5/6 lbs

was there last year for a day of fly fishing and saw a guy get a huge 40+ lb spring in the little back river on a small spinning setup he lost it right at my hands at the shore and it was chrome in mid to end November

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Yea the silver bullet doe I pulled out of there 2 years ago was between 9-10 lbs. so there have been some beauties come out of there the trick is to present something fast to them as they are quicker than those ole dogs.
 
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