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Old 02-17-2013, 10:39 AM
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Default Re: Help With Fly Patterns for Brown Trout (Lake)

First of all, it would be helpful to know the GENERAL area that this lake is located. I would suggest finding out the inhabitants of said body of water by doing some in-depth research

...then, visit the sites of stillwater gurus like Brian Chan, Phillip Rowley and Denny Rickards - and go to school on them.

Some of the largest Browns I have ever seen, have been taken on small patterns, in the lakes that I frequent in the High Sierras...

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The largest Brown that I have caught on a fly, came out of this impoundment...on a snail pattern...

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