Pictures Fishing Pictures Randy Rowe with a pretty hen. 11/5/17 Harry Hoitink with a big buck steelhead. Skip Nault with 8.5 pound steelhead 12/5/17 Trout in the Classroom School kids watch trout grow from fertilized egg to several inch long fingerlings over a 5-month period.Rainbow trout fry growing fast in a TIC 55-gallon tank. A chiller keeps water temperature at about 55F.Brown trout fingerlings are removed from a rearing tank and are ready to transport and stock in a stream.A rainbow trout fingerling ready to stock.Anthony Salupo (far right), TIC coordinator for the CFRTU chapter, helps with the release of trout reared by Mt Vernon high schools students into Apple Creek.Down to Apple Creek with fish in buckets and tools to sample macroinvertebrates.Dalton Middle School students (with teacher, Mrs. Grimm), acclimate trout to creek water before they are released.And away they go, the fingerlings that is.Some of those fingerlings are not ready for the creek it would seem.While trout fingerlings acclimate to creek water in their buckets, GlenOak high school students prepare to sample macroinvertebrates that trout feed upon after release into the stream.Sampling macroinvertebrates with a kick seine.Last but not least, removing litter from the stream. Stocking Apple Creek Clear Fork River View of Clear Fork River near Wade & Gatton nursery.Brown trout can often be found in deep holes under the roots of big shoreline trees.Greg Elefterin with 15-inch, Clear Fork brown.A pretty Clear Fork River in the spring of the year.Former College of Wooster student, Patrick Brouse, with a big hog brown from the Clear Fork."Fish on" as a big Clear Fork brown puts a bend in a fly rod.A big Clear Fork River brown trout returns to the stream to fight another day. Fly Tying Tiers proudly showing off their new fly at a fly tying session.Tying up an Aurora nymph, a pattern designed by Dennis Potter.A completed Aurora nymph, a hot fly on the Clear Fork River in 2017.Prince nymph tied with an ostrich herl collar.A simple to tie caddis fly nymph.Senyo's black stonefly nymph, a jointed pattern that works well on steelhead alley.An egg sucking leech.Small foam beetle.The fat head beetle, a new pattern designed by Dennis Potter.The stimulator, a good dry fly attractor pattern.Royal Wulff, an effective attractor dry fly pattern.Renee & Daral, a couple of new fly tiers. Fly Fishing Clinic New fly anglers and their instructors gather around Grosjean Park kiosk prior to fly fishing clinic.Another group of novice fly anglers meet up with their gillies prior to a fly Fishing clinic.A group of novices ready to go out and fish with their gillies.First ever trout on a fly rod for this new fly fisher.... and this is a steelhead-sized rainbow trout. All smiles!Fish on!That is one big rainbow!Deep holes in Apple Creek hold the biggest trout.A happy kid with his first trout caught on a fly."The trout is so big an slippery, how do I hold him?"A big brown for this novice at a fly fishing clinic.You cannot start fly fishing too young this little guy will tell you.