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Old 05-08-2012, 07:58 PM
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Default Re: Nebraska fly fishing.

A bead head wooly bugger or bead chain/hourglass eyed crayfish as big as a size 6 in olive, black, or brown will catch just about anything that swims around here. If you want to fish a dry, a size 14-20 bwo or 10-14 foam beetle or spider is sure to catch something. Nymph wise, I normally use a size 14 or 16 bead head price or hares ear. There isn't a huge populations of fly fishers in this neck of the woods, so the fish normally too aren't hesitant to take a fly.
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