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    I am heading up to Dukes Creek for the first time and was wondering what some necassary flies to have were. I will be up there for a few days so I need some backup flies incase the fish are picky.

  • #2
    Just stating what you may know already, but regardless of the flies you take they must be barbless.

    Others will be along soon and offer their thoughts - or PMs.

    BTW, welcome to NGTO!
    Last edited by Trout8myfly; 10-30-12, 09:51 PM.
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    "Groping for trouts in a peculiar river."
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    • #3
      Originally posted by BassandFly View Post
      I am heading up to Dukes Creek for the first time and was wondering what some necassary flies to have were. I will be up there for a few days so I need some backup flies incase the fish are picky.
      The best piece of advice I can offer is to invest some time utilizing this site's Seach feature...also, look for the "Sticky" post by TroutTackler regarding Dukes.
      You'll find a veritable treasure trove of useful info if you're willing to put in some time (both online and on the water)

      Best of luck and welcome to NGTO
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      Rudyard Kipling, Kim

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      • #4
        Go by Unicoi Outfitters fly shop when you get to Helen. They can fill you in on flies and tactics for Dukes. As others said--no barbed hooks in use, in your possession, nor on your person. Barbless hooks must meet the T-Shirt test. Pass through the material and back out with no snags. Fines are per hook.

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