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I'm heading to the Big Horn in April. Does anyone have any recommendations on some flies and sizes?
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Midges in Olive, Red, Tan, and Black 18 to 24 and possibly some Baetis. Orange Scuds in 14 to 16 the Wondernymph and some RS2's in 18 to 22

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