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Old 04-25-2012, 12:09 AM
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Default Well, now I have to learn all over again...

I am just getting my confidence fishing the tailwater streams here in the Tennessee Valley and now I will have to learn how to fish on the flats. I just accepted a position with my company in Savannah, Ga. Any tips on technique, gear or flies would be appreciated. I am assuming an 8-10 wt rod is what I'll be in the market for.
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Your in the perfect place if you like tailwaters . Only this time it will be saltwater. Great sea trout fishing as well as a host of other species where the Savana river enters the saltwater. 7 or 8 wt is fine for this area .
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