Any tips on how/where to swing a fly for a spring.I have cought pinks/socks/dogs/coho but never tried for springs.I would think the back waters once the water levels drop a bit more?Any advice helps,thanks
the vedder. anytime now. any body of water where there is enough room. in the past i now pink and red wholley buggers have worked and flies with silver material in the produce every year at keith wilson. tight lines
The most tried and true meathod for getting big chrome slabs on the fly is to use big ol' nasty flashy flies, tube flies or flies tied on jumbo hooks seem to work best. Slow moving, really wide runs seem to have the highest concentrations of fish, let the fly sink on the swing then strip the fly like the fish is trying to steal it from you. The big nasty shiny flies seem to spark the most interest.
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