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Old 11-08-2011, 09:05 PM
joe a joe a is offline
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I agree with Hugh. You need a small fly as the dropper and something with a lot of hackle up top to keep it afloat. I've seen many questions regarding length of dropper from the top fly on here and I would encourage folks to take into consideration the water they are fishing when determining that length. I fished some calm clear water this weekend and needed to have a nymph on the bottom but a splashy indicator was too much. I had a prince nymph dropped four feet off of the dry. I caught some nice fish.
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