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Old 01-29-2012, 07:52 AM
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Default Re: Ted Williams and the Atlantic Salmon

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Originally Posted by wannafish View Post
90% of the salmon fishing here is done that way; fishing wet flies down and across. In lower water or for finding fish a bomber or other dry fly will be used casting upstream and dead drifted. The down and accross method is easier if you're fishing all day; the current swings the fly for you and even sets the hook if your mind is wandering when mr. salmon finally grabs

Rip Tide, that's interesting to know of Mr. Williams surly side and a great story to illustrate it
Thanks Wannafish, Every time I log on I learn something
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