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Old 02-23-2013, 02:25 PM
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Well Nick.....I would mostly agree and I think that a BG FFman could be well armed with 3 or 4 patterns in 3 or 4 different sizes and 2 or 3 colors. But.......It sure would take a lot of the fun away from having 3 fly boxes full of many different patterns and sizes. Many of them never get in the water cause I am too busy catching with one of the 3 or 4 patterns mentioned prior. ...And I hope my wife doesn't read this thread. She might cut me off from buying all the fly tying material that I 'must' have to be successful on the creek. I think you are a potential trouble maker.. The next thing you will be bringing up is the fact that all we need is one fly rig. My wife will want me to sell all those rods I have in the corner. I hope this is no conspiracy in the making

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That's very interesting about the DT line; I've never used one but will consider it later this year when I get a 2 or 3 weight for bluegill fishing. However, I'm pretty much an exclusive stillwater fisherman (creeks aren't terribly common hear in coastal southern California <g>), so would that influence the choice of DT or WF?
Not in my opinion. A good casting outfit is the same whether it is on a creek or on a pond. Also, I have caught SMB up to 3# on my 2wt and would not hesitate to cast to bigger it there were bigger ones in these small creek. I will agree that you can't just drag a 3 pounder across the top of the water and lift him into the boat in one smooth motion like the Bass Pros but then again who wants too. I ain't fishin for money.
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Oh don't get me wrong, I'm one of the biggest culprits here. I make tons of different patterns for largemouth and only end up using a few as well.
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