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Old 07-12-2011, 03:15 PM
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Default Re: Pattern Productivity, What Works;

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Originally Posted by rrarods View Post
I am definatly getting some of those! Any selections for grayling?
For grayling stay small whether you cast dry flies or wets. For dries I use 14 & 16, wets are tied down to # 10. They will take darn near anything as long as it's small enough to fit the mouth.

Sorry to be so long in answering you here, I just saw this question.

PS. Add a little bunch of blue crystal flash to the wing on the Freight Train and they seem to work a little better on rainy days.
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