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Old 05-31-2013, 05:44 PM
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Default Re: Lake Trout On fly

Will be watching this. I only things I know about lakers are they are slimy, char and live in deep cold water.

No clue it it will be helpful, but here is a 'fly' I have used where small, well stocked rivers enter big deep 'lakes'.

Tandem fly on a pair of mustad 37004's with heavy wire leader material.
Sort of a hybridization of a Deceiver and a Winnipesaukee Smelt with very sparse shoulders of pink and purple bucktail with a strand or two of pearl flash under a single peacock herl and a topping of single teal flanks flat across the top. [think 6" - 8" rainbow stocker]. Be sure to weight both hooks equally so it will stay horizontal in the water.
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