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Old 07-17-2007, 12:49 PM
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i just started fishing for bream in a local pond here where i live. The water is clear, the fish are fished hard, but bream are still bream and from what ive seen...the few people who flyfish this area fill their bag limit almost every day. My question is what kinds of flys and popping bugs should i use. another question i have is how do i work a sinking fly, and how do i work a floating fly. any help is appreciated...
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Welcome to the Group! Bream can be easy to catch on flies, but can be tough at times as well. For bream, I like to use wooly buggers and poppers in size 10, and retrieve them with a jerky retrieve.
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