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depth control/ 1st time ww ff

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Going out on Lake Arthur tomorrow, targeting LMB, and such. My question is would you use an indicator (thingamabobber) for depth control? Will be throwing a 5 weight and have an assortment of ww flies I will be taking.

Posted on: 2013/6/14 17:49


Re: depth control/ 1st time ww ff

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NO . Your depth will be determined by your leader length, weight of your fly and retrieve rate. You could use a bobber to suspend your flies but I would rather tie a fly off of a popper .

Posted on: 2013/6/14 18:06
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