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Old 04-19-2013, 05:32 PM
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Default Re: streamers for trout in Utah?

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Originally Posted by mcnerney View Post

Rockriv: Something else to think about is to learn to use wets. Do some research on how to fish wets, it can be an extremely enjoyable way to spend some time on the water and Joe (stenacron) has been very successful with their use on the Provo, if I recall correctly.
Yeah, not a lot of people fishing soft hackles that I have come across, especially during hatches. Sometimes that's all it takes for pressured fish... little different look than they're used to.

The Olives had been out of this world lately. Honestly, they've been the best Baetis hatches I have ever seen or fished.
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