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Old 01-15-2007, 01:37 PM
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Default Try this, it works for taking twist and memory out.

Here is a trick that works wonders to take the memory and twist out of your line.

On a river with current, or from a boat, tow it;

Take your flies, weight, anything else on your leader off and let all your fly line out into the current for 5 minutes. It works wonders taking all the twist out that builds up. From a boat, pull the line a little faster then idle. Just make sure there isn't anything on your line.

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Default Re: Newbie (good flies to use)

A great deal on a very productive fly http://www.kaufmannsstreamborn.com/C...ials/WEBTGHEN/ sorta tiny, but they work well and those from Kaufmanns should be top quality.
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Go here and try any of the flies listed
http://www.warmwaterflytyer.com/welcome.asp
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