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Old 11-12-2001, 02:34 AM
Vic Vic is offline
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Need hints for chums

I use chartreuse-and-white clousers on floating line and often snag salmon on the tail or fins (like the most gear fishermen do) How to get them pick fly to the mouth and not snag? Use unweighted flies on sinking or intermediate line?
p.s. i'm talking about hoodsport kinda fishing
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