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the Freaky Frog

by Chad Johnson via The Ozark Fly Fisher Journal

too cool to not tie up a few for your own fishing, these little creatures have all the right elements to entice, notably with the weighted butt this should not only gurgle, splash and wiggle but also bob back and forth: destined to catch more than a few frog-eaters. 24 more words

Fly Fishing

Johnson’s Freaky Frog _ White River Tying Video Series

WE HAVE been awaiting this fly with much anticipation, our mate, guide and new Umpqua Fly Designer Chad Johnson’s Freaky Frog.

There were a few headaches in meeting Chad’s standards on this pattern to make sure it cast, and fished properly which meant it was a few months late. 112 more words


Game recap: Islanders 3, Devils 2 (SO)

Result: Brock Nelson’s goal gave the Islanders a 3-2 shootout preseason victory over the Devils at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, set to be the Isles’ new home for the 2015-16 season. 30 more words


Five Takes: A little golf, a little football, a lot of hockey

Before we move on to hockey talk, here’s a U.S. Ryder Cup team style question: What’s with the pinstriped pants and trophy-themed sweaters? And now a football nickname question: Did colourful Montreal Alouettes receiver Chad Johnson ever think of re-naming himself Chad Huit-Cinq when he moved to Quebec? 540 more words

Senators Extra

Alouettes' notebook

Much has been made of Chad Johnson’s contribution – or lack of such – with the Alouettes this season.

The former NFL standout wide-receiver, who spent most of his career with the Cincinnati Bengals, returned to pro football this season, following his release from the Miami Dolphins in 2012. 882 more words

The Snap

Halak, Johnson acclimating to new teammates

Uniondale, N.Y. — Goaltenders Jaroslav Halak and Chad Johnson knew what they were getting into when they signed on to play on Long Island.

Islander goaltending has had its’ struggles in the past and it is a position that needs to be strong since the team’s defense is relatively young. 523 more words


Wins give Colonel Crawford boys a boost

GALION – For a team not lacking in confidence, Saturday afternoon proved to be a boost nonetheless.

Ranked seventh in this past week’s state cross country coaches poll in Division III, Colonel Crawford’s boys won the always-competitive Galion Cross Country Festival at Amanns Reservoir Park, proving they are a legitimate small-school state power. 565 more words