Re: Help with flies for fall?


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Posted by Mike Molz on August 15, 1996 at 12:43:17:

In Reply to: Help with flies for fall? posted by Bret Friday on August 14, 1996 at 23:33:48:

: This is a really great resource. I'm new to the south and am looking for some advice for flies to use in the fall. I'll probably fish the Chatooga above Burrels Ford because it's the only stream I've fished so far in Georgia. I can't get out that much, medical school is pretty time consuming, so I'd like to be as prepared as possible. Thanks for your help!Bret Friday

I spoke w/ a game warden who fishes the Chattooga
all year. He says that once the weather cools then
go to something that is fished slow; very slow
Bead head Prince, G.R. Hares ear,black bead eyed wooly buggers,
are what he fishes & I have done well with those
patterns. Also, try parking in the S.C parking lot
@ Burrells ford & walking downstream for 45 minutes to an hour.
You might like the fishing thru that stretch.


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