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One Fishing Fly Challenge has been closed out.
We appreciate everyone's support in this effort.  Going forward, we will maintain the links on this site for our Readers' reference; else we are retiring the Challenge.

Challenge Changes for 2012!
Welcome to the One Fishing Fly Challenge, a site that challenges fishermen to catch big fish using a self-imposed handicap.
 
 
In 2010, the challenge was to catch big fish using a fishing fly selected for a given month!
 
 
For 2011, the challenge was modified as follows:
  • Largest fish caught using fishing flies!  Therefore, any fish caught on a fishing fly is eligible.
  • Instead of a monthly challenge, the challenge will run all year with a leader board (2011 Picture Board) listing the top 10 fish caught for the year.
  • Entries must be submitted between 1Jan'11 to 31Dec'11.
 
 
For 2012, the challenge is similar to 2011's:

  • Largest fish caught using fishing flies!  Therefore, any fish caught on a fishing fly is eligible.
  • Instead of a monthly challenge, the challenge will run all year with a leader board (2012 Picture Board) listing the top 10 fish caught for the year.
  • Entries must be submitted between 1Jan'12 to 31Dec'12.
 
Guidelines
The guidelines are simple and easy to follow:
  • Any tackle can be used as long as the fish are caught on the selected fishing fly (ie. Bubble and Fly Rig on Spinning Gear).
  • Submit pictures showing the length of the fish to COAF.Weblog@Live.com and the date caught.
  • A running summry of the Top 10 Fish in 2012 will be maintained throughout the year.
  • The first week of January of the following year (2013), the Field Team will review entries and determine the top 3 fish, based on length, and post on the 2012 Picture Board.
Note:  If length is not available, estimates are accepted but pictures showing measurement will have precedence.
 
 
Prizes
No prizes of monetary value, but you can enjoy:
  • Satisfaction of knowing that you can catch a fish regardless of a self-imposed handicap - one fishing fly!
  • Bragging rights to be in the top 3 for the year!
  • Fun!
 
 
Good luck and good fishing!
 
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ONE FISHING FLY CHALLENGE
2012's challenge is the biggest fish, in length, using fishing flies!
2012's Picture Board
  1. Top 10 Leader Board
  2. Top 3 Fish noted in blue font on the Leaderboard.
 
 
2011's Picture Board
  1. Top 10 Leaderboard
  2. Top 3 Fish noted in blue font on the Leaderboard.
 
 
2010's Picture Boards by Month
  1. January - Wooley Buggers
  2. February - Midges
  3. March - Crappie Jig Variants
  4. April - Wooley Buggers
  5. May - Foam Rubber Spider Variants
  6. June - "The Color Purple"
  7. July - "Mellow Yellow Time"
  8. August - Leech Streamers
  9. September - Clouser Minnows
  10. October - Lefty Deceivers
  11. November - Olive Wooley Buggers
  12. December - Nymphs
 
7-Pounder caught 28 Feb'10
One Fishing Fly Challenge!