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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: Anyone have a fly for LMB that they find particularly effective?  (Read 532 times)

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cds6770

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I've been experimenting and trying to tie a bass fly that works 60% of the time all of the time.  Anyone out there have a recipe they would like to share?

I have had some success with this one . . .
Stoopid Wind!


Archie Marx

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I troll a pond smelt pattern fly, and get lots of bass incidental catch.
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Rho13

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I've had good luck on the delta with a 3 1/2 inch clouser in gray/purple/white.


Bio-Bil1

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I have been fishing clouser minnows a lot lately and doing well. Top sizes are 2 and 10. Tie some in white and some dark and you're good to go. Also, since the hook point rides upright they are pretty weedless even without a weed guard.

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CatchMO

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You can't beat Clousers,  tied in several colors.


ScottV

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I have caught more bass on my little size 8 black wiggle tail then I have on clousers.  And I have been throwing clousers for years, it was actually the first fly I ever tied.
So long and thanks for all the fish!!!
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