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Re: Patterns that are a Must Have

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Heavily weighted sculpins, tied with non-floating materials are pretty easy to fish IMO. Fish them like a bugger. Half of the fish you catch on buggers in a limestone stream are probably taking them for sculpins anyway.

Posted on: 2010/3/17 10:08


Re: Patterns that are a Must Have

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jayL wrote:
Heavily weighted sculpins, tied with non-floating materials are pretty easy to fish IMO. Fish them like a bugger. Half of the fish you catch on buggers in a limestone stream are probably taking them for sculpins anyway.


True, but the heavily weighted makes them harder to case IMO.

It's mostly just me. I have no confidence in my ability to catch fish on them.But give me a woolly bugger and ...

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Posted on: 2010/3/17 10:31
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