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Old 02-25-2013, 05:15 PM
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What should I use for Indiana P,A's big creaks/small rivers.

Any info is fine Im new to fly fishing.

Thank You, Gavin Millen
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Gavin, are you asking about rods, reels, lines or flies?
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try GOOGLING hatch charts for the areas you will be fishing and tie the recommended flies

like this

http://www.djlflyfishers.org/hatches.htm
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