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Old 05-27-2011, 04:15 PM
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Default Newby looking for help on Fightingtown Creek

First week of August my family has arranged for vacation home on the Fightingtown Creek near Mccaysville.
I mostly fish salt water in Florida but have light fly gear. Fly fishing for me has not been productive from getting fish standpoint. For me it has been "you should of been here yesterday". But I enjoy trying.
I want to give it a try and am looking for opinions on fishing this water in early August. I can wade or kayak. I have an assortment of nymphs, woolly buggers, etc. but not a clue. Any help is appreciated.
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