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Old 11-27-2012, 02:25 PM
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Default Re: Muskie on the Fly

It's as easy as it sounds. Just twist the nylon coated steel for about an inch or inch and a half. Melt the nylon coating. Done. This is the old Larry Dahlberg way to do his fly attachment to the steel. I have used this knot for a really long time and as you may have seen in some of my photos, I get big Pike here. I used to fish Musky a lot when I lived near Lake Vermillion. There are big Musky in there. I have never had one of these knots come undone yet.

By the way Ted, where are you at in Minnesota? You make it up to Lake of the Woods ever?

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Originally Posted by baseman1 View Post
Thanks everyone. The local fly shop has been trying to sell me on a 12w for these guys saying my clearwater reel isn't big enough.
Don't listen to your fly shop. If you have a 10 wt. rod that's all you need. Just get a reel that is proper for the rod (10 wt.)but make sure you have a good smooth drag. Low startup pull. No jerky drag. I'm betting they have a 12 wt. reel they just can't move and think you are the way out of having it setting there. Now if you want to start fishing for them with a spey rod, then you may want to go get that 12 wt. reel. Just for the weight, not because you need it for the fish.

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When are you going to make this video, Dan!?
I'm going to try and do it this week. I have a lot of requests for it so I guess I had better do it.

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