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Re: New York Coho and Browns Suggestions

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Thanks everyone for your opinions and feedback! I finished my box just the other day actually. Lots of eggs in varying colors, lots of streamers, and nymphs too. Two things on that note, I was told that pink is the key for salmon...? So i tied up some experimental streamers in pink. Also, has anyone had luck on stoneflies in the New York tribs?

Posted on: 9/5 11:01
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Re: New York Coho and Browns Suggestions

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Yes Stone Flies work. Colors that work will vary from day to day. Just dont get stuck on one fly or color. Keep changing till it works

Work out a plan with your partners . One guy fishes a pink egg the other throws a green comet. Who gets action ? This will help on figuring out what is good.

Posted on: 9/5 15:56
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Re: New York Coho and Browns Suggestions

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Prince nympths in size#10 hook,good for the Coho and trout.Olive wooly buggers can be good,as stated have lots of flies in many different colors...don"t forget BLUE!

Posted on: 9/13 17:28


Re: New York Coho and Browns Suggestions

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My box is done. Loaded with lots of estaz eggs in 5 colors, pink and purple glow bugs, white and olive buggers, pink and sparkly range comets, and green and tan mop flies. We shall see why works!

Posted on: 9/15 19:47


Re: New York Coho and Browns Suggestions

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Heard that a lot of big coho are being caught.

Posted on: 9/29 12:19
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Re: New York Coho and Browns Suggestions

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moon1284 wrote:
Fly doesn't matter so much. The secret is using the right sized leader and just enough weight to drift your leader into the fishes mouth...


This is probably the most important thing.
Stout hooks heavier than you would use for trout in PA.
Leaders , even lines as weights are regulated; check the NY DEC regulations.

Posted on: 10/15 11:53


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