In Episode 21 of the “February Room” an Ohio angler shares his experience targeting modern-day dinosaurs. Here’s a little beta for gar on the fly A prehistoric, toothy critter found in lakes, rivers, ponds and backwaters throughout the Midwest, South, and Northeast, longnose gar are well-equipped to thrive in just about any puddle. In addition to a fearsome grill and diamond-shaped scales, gar possess a specialized air bladder that allow them to breathe on the surface. For the fly angler, this unique morphology equates to sight-fishing opportunities and heart-pounding takes! Gar eat baitfish, frogs, snakes, and just about anything that they can find. Experienced anglers use a “fly” consisting of a length of nylon rope attached to a wire leader.…Read More
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