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Thread: Flies for Fall Browns

  1. #11
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    If the water gets up more toward normal, drag a Marabou streamer slowly along the bottom. I just got back from the West Branch of the Penobscot in Maine and caught several 10-14 inch Brookies fishing a Marabou Grey Ghost for Landlocked Salmon.

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    Pete,
    Sorry it took me a while to answer with school going on and work it is hard for me to find time to chat on line. I follow Hugh Hartsell's pattern, instead of a soft hackel I place a palmer twist along the body. I tye my flies with a peacock body also put so weight on the flies. I hope this helps if not reply back and let me know.

    May God Bless You...

    Billy

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    Man, the penobscot is Awesome. Talk about remote. I camped at Big Eddie Campground some years back and had a blast catching Landlocks.

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