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User: vinny60
Comment: Some choice flies include Muddler Minnows, Gray and Black Ghosts, other streamers, large nymphs, and even dries. Hair-Wing Atlantic Salmon flies such as Rusty Rats, and Coburns will work. Yellows and oranges are ideal colors, especially in off-color water. When the water clears up, tippets need to be lighter, and more subtle colors, such as light blue, can work well. Having a spare spool or two can also aid your approach. A floating and sinking line is almost a must, and two different speed-sinking lines are preferable. It's a good idea to take your time in your approach and study the different currents and seams to locate likely holding spots. Sometimes, salmon will use different lies than trout. They enjoy hard-pushing water over their heads, and more often than not, will lie in front of a submerged rock instead of behind one. Someday you should visit the Boquet River to witness the mighty landlocked Atlantic Salmon.
Date: 09/07/09 02:03 PM

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