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    Great article! Here in Iowa we have a ton of small spring creeks and his information is really helpful.

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    Randy: Great article, thanks for sharing. Being stealthy is something Ard always emphazises when fishing small streams, it was interesting that he also says that is the number one thing.

    Larry

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    Very interesting article Randy,I love fishing small,fast,overgrown streams...but I don't share the author's point of view about the rods to use...

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    Very good article Randy, thanks for posting the link.

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    As a fellow small water enthusiast I just wanted to say: That is a great article! Thanks for sharing it with us

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    Great read, thanks for sharing. It already has me itching to get scratched, beaten and bruised.

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    Neat. Thanks for sharing that Randy. I like the looks of that "Klinkhammer", but have never tied one. May have to give it a go.

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    Hi Jimmie,

    The Klinkhammer is an awesomely effective pattern, both for the duo or trio, or just as a dry fly. I've had many a good trout take this pattern. Also it's great for broken and fast stretches of water with rapids. It's a very buoyant fly.

    Also, here's a great video in how to tie the video I found.

    http://www.gwentanglingsociety.co.uk...ing_Video.html

    Give it a try...

    Mark

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    For those of us that live in the east, there's a lot of good information here.
    Especially the maps.
    Wild Trout Streams
    The simpler the outfit, the more skill it takes to manage it, and the more pleasure one gets in his achievements.” --- Horace Kephart

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