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    Default SOHO Browns

    I found myself stripping streamers all day today...here are a few browns that came out to play




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    Nicely done. Can I ask what type of streamers you used? I will be Moving to Greeneville, TN in a few weeks. Looking forward to being closer to the SOHO and other streams in that area.

    Neal

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    I was fishing a small white woolybugger with some flash. Also, I used 6x and focused on the slower sections of the river. I missed A LOT of fish too. Hope this helps.

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    trout slayer-

    The SOHO is one of our top favorite E. TN tailwaters. Its easy to fish, and to wade, and when the sulphurs are hatching, the action get furious. And there are plenty of places to pull off on the side of the river, and wade out into the water.

    Thanks for sharing with us.

    Bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by troutslayer3393 View Post
    I was fishing a small white woolybugger with some flash. Also, I used 6x and focused on the slower sections of the river. I missed A LOT of fish too. Hope this helps.
    Thanks for the info troutslayer. I have done the streamer thing on the tailwaters or any trout water very much. I'll to give it a try when I move closer to the SOHO.

    Neal

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    Quote Originally Posted by troutslayer3393 View Post
    I was fishing a small white woolybugger with some flash. Also, I used 6x and focused on the slower sections of the river. I missed A LOT of fish too. Hope this helps.
    6x with a steamer?

    That's like going lion hunting with a BB gun.
    I am a great admirer of spectator sports, especially on television; it keeps the riffraff off the trout streams.

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    Flat Fly n, why yes...yes it is

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