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Old 06-26-2013, 02:04 PM
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Default Going For Line Sides?

Last week one of the local guides (Andy Guibord) did an on the water striper clinic for our club. Only one of the members got to actually fish and he cought a little schoolie.

So anyway I'm excited to get out. The last couple days we had a bit of unseasonal weather rainy weather. So heres my question are adranamous fish like Stripers when in rivers effected as much as others by changes in barametric pressure, moon cycles and the like. I'm just wondering since the American River is only 5 minutes from where I live now I won't let it stop me from trying regardless.

Plus, by Friday my motor should be out of the shop from getting the bracket that mounts its to my boat fixed and I want to take it out on the weekend so I can cover more water to hopefully catch more and bigger fish.

In the mean time I'm going to wade a couple runs after work this evening.
-Tom Wilson
Attention New Fly Fishers and those just wanting to improve- Join a Fly Fishing Club. They have classes on every aspect of fly fishing for beginners to advanced for free or cheaper than offered elsewhere. Some offer mentor programs. You will make friends with other fly fishers. Clubs often have outings in which members pay special group rates for guides or to fish prime private access areas.

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