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Old 06-13-2013, 09:38 PM
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Default Re: Egg Patterns for stocked trout?

I fished Woolly buggers all last year and only manage to catch 2 (Black with flash). I did manage to miss a few during winter stocking with a i dont know what I tie but it did make some dart for it but they usually fell short. When they are stocked mostly the 1st or second week sometimes they stay near the bottom. I've try Griffith gnat's/damsels/damsels nymphs and a few others it just don't seem they are taking dries/terrestrial but they was rising everywhere and their was bugs on the water. Any know of good Stillwater nymphs?
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