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Old 01-28-2012, 02:45 AM
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Default Re: question for the eastern Sierra guys

Wow, you're testing my powers of recall now...generally nymphs 14 & 16, dries 14-18, midges 18-22. Stimulators, hoppers, buggers, streamers, leeches assorted sizes from 6 or 8 to about 12 or 14.

A lot of my nymphs and buggers are bead heads because I like them to get down, but sometimes they don't like bead heads...you should have both where that applies...and I do carry smaller nymphs, especially pt's, copper johns.

I think that's all pretty close for where you fish...have fun shopping.

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Will do, thanks again really appreciate all the help
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Default Re: question for the eastern Sierra guys

I would add in some callibaetis patterns, some optimidges and brokenbacks, and certainly have some Doc's Twin Lakes Specials in your bugger box. milt.
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Default Re: question for the eastern Sierra guys

A couple sites for flies in the sierras
StevenOjai's Flybox
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Flies - Gilligan's Guide Service

I don't fish Crowley, but I do fish Davis and Frenchman's and blood midges, stillwater nymphs, jay fairs wiggle tail, chronomids, copper johns and wooly buggers all work.

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