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Old 07-30-2011, 09:47 PM
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Default Re: It's Summertime and the fish ar jumping, but

I use one dry fly for bass: a #6 Madame X . It's a killer for anything warmwater, and the takes are usually ferocious. I do use a 9 foot long leader when the water is low and clear, even if I'm fishing in riffles. A 3X tippet gets the job done without spooking the fish.
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