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Old 05-13-2013, 02:17 PM
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Default Re: Question for bass fishers

It really depends on the situation for me. If I am on a boat or fishing from shore, I would probably have 2 rods set up with different styles of flies.

If I am wading though, it's a 1 rod journey for me most of the time. Where I fish tends to have a lot of overhang and having a fully rigged rod tucked in my waders, tend to lead to it getting caught up on branches.

If I am fishing very open water like a large flat or something, a 2nd rod would be a good option.
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