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Old 07-06-15, 09:32 PM   #1
rjoiner001
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Guys

I'm going out on the hooch for the first time in 9 months as my work schedule has finally settled down. Can you recommend any flies that are working well between the dam and Medlock Bridge?

I have copperheads, y2ks, squirmy worms, pheasant tails and GRHEs. Also tied a lot of midge flies.

Any suggestions would be appreciated!!!
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Old 07-06-15, 09:59 PM   #2
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Guys

I'm going out on the hooch for the first time in 9 months as my work schedule has finally settled down. Can you recommend any flies that are working well between the dam and Medlock Bridge?

I have copperheads, y2ks, squirmy worms, pheasant tails and GRHEs. Also tied a lot of midge flies.

Any suggestions would be appreciated!!!
Honestly, if you have all of those, you should be FINE. The only other thing I'd suggest is a few BWOs, EHCs, and a few terrestrials (hoppers, stimulators, ants, etc). If you hit it right in the evenings, the dry fly action can be great.
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