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Old 01-17-2011, 09:19 PM
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Default Re: what fly for shad????

Here's one of mine from late last year, since it appears no one esle is going to post any photos.

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Back to fly selection, here is a recipe of Bernie's Banger. It is very similar to Bernie's Bleeder. In that same reply, there is a picture of Bernie's Beadhead Banger.

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These are gizzard shad I guess. Went back to the spot yesterday, but it was raining and the banks were soft sticky mud in most places.
I made a few casts just to say I tried, but I just couldn't get to any really good looking locations because of the rain/mud. I may go back in a few days, the mud should be solid ground by the weekend if the weather forecast holds true.
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