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Re: Doing the big art streamer thing in local stocked streams.

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Stockers will go after articulated stuff. If you're only throwing big stuff, it's par for the course to have a very low catch rate. Think of it as musky fishing in that regard.

Have you tried changing colors, dead drifting, twitching, or holding in a current seam when you were fishing buggers? Sometimes you have to try different retrieves until you find what works at that moment.

I'm not a hardcore streamer junkie by any stretch of the imagination, so whether I'm planning on throwing articulated stuff, or fishing a hatch, I always have a couple streamers in sz6-10 with me. Those old time bucktail or feather wing streamers like the Mickey Finn, Dace, and Ghost series still work today.


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Re: Doing the big art streamer thing in local stocked streams.

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