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Old 05-14-2013, 06:09 PM
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Default Re: Tying a Spinner with hackle??

OK,

I guess I was misunderstanding the post, I think your way sounds great. I haven't fished dries much over the past 9 years since leaving Pennsylvania and the other states I lived in. I do rig a rod and tie on a big Light Cahill or Slate Drake every year and keep it in the rod rack in the boat on days when I spot a few risers. it doesn't hurt to see what a light rod and line still feel like after so long with the 2 handers and heavy singles.

You should put up a picture of your spinner pattern...............

Ard
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