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Re: Streamer

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I like tying the circus peanut and the dungeon. But Im gonna tye some with reversed tyed bucktail intead of marabou to cut the weight down while casting,

Im heading to spring creek this yr during high water with the 7wt. to huck some meat. I just have to get a 250 grn sinking line and im set.

Posted on: 2011/12/8 15:35
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Re: Streamer

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Your results may vary, but I didn't think a sink tip was necessary. I fished spring in 7 to 800 cfs, and all the fish I moved were within inches of the bank.

Posted on: 2011/12/8 15:59


Re: Streamer

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Nice fly Jay, try them on a cutthroat stream and let me know how you do.

Posted on: 2011/12/8 21:34
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Re: Streamer

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Chaz,

I fished a 6 inch long sculpin, and took a 20" class cutthroat. It ate the fly, came to the boat, and came off. It stayed next to the boat, so I got it to eat again and missed it. This time, I kept the fly in the water, and it ate yet again.

This was on the yellowstone in paradise valley.

Posted on: 2011/12/8 22:04



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