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Old 07-25-2013, 04:04 PM
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Don't let people talk you out of it or scare you away...
Browns are sensitive to light and are able to see and feed more efficiently in times of low light or even better, at night. It can be an extremely productive way to fish for them. Find a familiar stretch of water that you know holds fish and focus on that to start with. Play it safe and you should be fine until you become more experienced. I'm partial to topwater flies just because it adds to the excitement and there is no mistaking a strike. Take a good 7wt or 8wt with you to help chuck BIG flies and hold on...


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