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Old 10-31-2013, 09:55 PM
Dawgvet Dawgvet is offline
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Default Favorite Fall fishing technique?

As Fall is set in, I was wondering what everyone's favorite Fall fishing technique was? Do you swap to mainly nymphing (with or w/o indicator), dry-dropper, or stick with dries? Do you downsize your flies or throw something large? Keep with mayflies, Caddis patterns, or swap to terrestrials?
Since the water is low, do you crouch or fish kneeled down? Longer/finer leaders?
What types of water do you focus on? Ignore the small, shallow runs and focus on the fewer remaining deeper runs and pools?

I have had limited success fishing for wild fish in the Fall and was looking to improve.
Bamboo flyrods, old four wheel drives, small streams
"I will make you fishers of men"- Christ
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