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Old 05-19-2013, 07:55 PM
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Default Lake fishing with a sink tip line

I put some 4wt fast sink tip line (they don't seem to make a 3wt sink line?) on my 3wt today and fished a lake filled with bluegills and bass.

I bought the line last year for streamer fishing for stockies in high stained water. Today was the first time I used a sink tip in a lake.

Super fun! This is a great way to present a small fly in 5' to 10' of water.

A cloudy day, around 70 with a sprinkle of rain every so often ...... perfect for fly fishing!

I caught around 50 bluegills and about a dozen largemouth bass. Best flies were Woolybuggers, Minibuggers, and Microbuggers. Black and brown caught on almost every cast.

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