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Old 02-22-2011, 06:18 PM
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last minute thread. im hittin the mousam tommoro. anyone know any good spots on it this time of year for sea runs? and what size nymphs? thanks!
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I'm not familiar with the Maine sea-run program, but a grass shrimp of about 3/4" would work around here. There's a lot of fancier ones, but I tie mine like a scud fly ,very sparse, in olive.
A Mummi/ Killifish Clouser along with other smallish, dark, full bodied streamers might even work better. Big browns are meat eaters.
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