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Be both a bugman and trophy trout taker

2007/7/2 19:40
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Next spring when the evening caddis hatch is on and the water is still a little high and off color.>using a floating line use a 6 white or black marabou muddler as the tail fly and a couple of Elk hair caddis as droppers.The marabou muddler serves as an anchor allowing you to dap the droppers in a caddis dance.with a little practice you can have a great day on the droppers,sometimes two fish at once ,and with a little luck one of the ``Mobys"will see your streamer as an easy meal.If you ever make it out west in May,keep this one in mind.Deadly,especially where you can walk the banks.

Posted on: 2007/9/21 17:56
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