Project Healing Waters in Castalia Ohio 2012


 Fall Peonies Planting
    In late Fall this year several club members gathered on the banks of the Clear
    Fork River to plant some peonies. Although these flowering plants are beautiful in
    full bloom, the reason for planting them on the river banks was to help curb
    erosion. Another reason for the choice was that these plant attract ants by the
    hundreds. Even though ants are strong enough to lift fifty times their own weight
    an unexpected gust of wind routinely blows ants off of the plant; some of which
    become trout treats. Do you have any black ants in your fly box arsenal? Maybe
    you should, because they are easy to tie and effective to fish during certain times
    during the year.
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