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Re: Fly fishing muddy streams

2009/2/6 18:59
From pittsburgh
Posts: 14
i was always told during high water fish the slack on the edges and bottom if the current wasnt too strong and to use bigger brighter flies yellows and whites and chartruse are the most productive for me i like clousers and a bucktail jig in high muddy water

Posted on: 2009/10/4 12:53
fly fishing - an addiction in which no one wants an intervention


Re: Fly fishing muddy streams

2009/8/19 17:22
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muddy water obviously has alot of silt and sand and debris in it , this kind of water irritates the fish's gills , therefore these conditions drive the fish deep into the deepest pockets where the water isn't so muddy !!

Posted on: 2009/10/5 19:55

Re: Fly fishing muddy streams

2008/11/4 15:20
From Upper Saucon, PA
Posts: 2
When fishing in muddy streams, go bigger which allows the fish to sense or see the movement in the water. Of course there is a limit to how muddy the water should be before you call it quits. you could fish muddy water all day because it looks inviting, but there may not be anything there, of course you are getting casting time, and you are in the stream, which is better than sitting inside watching tv.

Posted on: 2009/10/17 9:50
Tight Lines......

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