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Old 11-23-12, 03:36 PM   #7
2fly
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I think patience applies to all trout fishing. Dukes has fish stacked up due to low water so stealthiness is really key. Stay low, and fish smart. Work the inside seam, then the middle, then the outside. Fish the tailouts first and then work your way up the run. Don't overline the fish. When you hook one, try and work it out the backside of the pool to keep from spooking the others. Granted this can be hard when one of the pigs grabs your fly.
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