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Old 03-21-2009, 08:55 AM
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Hey guys, I live in Boone NC and planning a trip to the New around Fries VA or the Jefferson NC area and wondering the best time of year to start catching some aggressive fish on the fly. I floated the New about 5 times last June/July and caught a ton of fish but no Nice fish. We had a ball but i would love to catch a nice smallie on the fly. Also does anyone have any suggestions of a Big Fish Fly on the new? Any help would be greatly appreciated guys! Thanks and good fishin, Nate
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Old 03-21-2009, 10:44 AM
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August is great topwater action. If you like numbers, stick to the shore... big fish I've caught are midstream tucked under the ledges.
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I dont know anything about those rivers, as far as flies go I often catch my bigger smallies on crawdad patterns , woolies, and clousers fished deep, slow and tight to cover. You can catch big fish on poppers usally late in the evening or very early morning.
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Can i get some more information on this smallie show jackster?
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