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Old 06-23-2012, 08:31 PM
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Default brandwine river in pa.

i am headed to the southeast pa in mid july and wondering if anyone up there have been fishing the brandywine for smallmouth. i know it must be on up there it always is this t ime of year but i never fished for them on a fly rod can you tell me what kind of flies i need to use and whats working on them thanks
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