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Old 02-05-2013, 05:03 PM
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what are your most productive fly patterns in the early season?
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I'm a dry fly guy, but I have to admit that the most consistent fly in my box regardless of time of year or species of trout is the #8 brown BH simi seal leech. It's not the sexiest, or the most fun, and you may not catch a lot of bigguns, but you WILL get bit when nothing else gets a look.
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I'm with rr99 for the spring. Mostly streamers (my fav. Slumpbuster), because I'm an awful Nymph fisher.
Later in the year terrestials.
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Bead head PT nymph.
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