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Old 04-08-2013, 07:34 PM
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Default Stripers in the Shadness?

Got any good striper patterns for fish feeding on herring and shad?
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Clousers and Decievers in silver and white or blue and white. Plain old white bucktail as well.
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Default Re: Stripers in the Shadness?

Cool Beans, been tying chartreuse and white deceivers for the largemouth so all I have to do is switch up a few colors. Thanks much.
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[QUOTE=flyguy97;545183]Cool Beans, been tying chartreuse and white deceivers for the largemouth so all I have to do is switch up a few colors. They will work as well depending on water clarity.
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