Monday, April 8, 2013

North Shore Prospector

The N.S.P. as I call it has proven itself over the last couple years.  I developed the pattern after fishing a real early season on the North Shore of Lake Superior.  The meltwater was dumping down the streams, it was raging and muddy as chocolate milk. The only thing working was large and bright egg patterns.  The N.S.P. uses the 4 "good" colors for egg patterns on the North Shore all tied into a very "babine-esque" pattern.  Hot pink, white, baby pink, and green trimmed in a row trailed by a white maribou (milt) tail.  It works wonders in the fast water and has landed fish each season for me.  Give it a try, the Steelhead should be hitting up there this week!

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