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TROPHY TROUT WATER

I do very little fly fishing, but enough to keep me interested. Getting ready to fish some trophy trout water the end of June into 1st week of July. Knowing that these fish have seen everything. Can anyone give me a few pointers? Also how about fishing tandem flies?
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Re: TROPHY TROUT WATER

where will you be fishing. that will help out alot. I fish waters with alot of pressure but they still take mostly the same fly you just have to get that perfect drift and sometimes you just have to go small
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Re: TROPHY TROUT WATER

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Re: TROPHY TROUT WATER

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where will you be fishing. that will help out alot. I fish waters with alot of pressure but they still take mostly the same fly you just have to get that perfect drift and sometimes you just have to go small
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You may also want to go lighter on your tippet or use flourocarbon, should be decent with the ammount of rain we had though.

Another tip that works for me on fly projects is try something that no one else has used. Try a new nymph pattern or even a crayfish, sometimes these trout will wack something they have never seen before as a fly.

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Re: TROPHY TROUT WATER

I just had some tied that look like a wax worm. They work on the stocked creeks. Going to give them a try. Last time there midges were the only thing that worked. And it was VERY slow fishing..
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Re: TROPHY TROUT WATER

I run tandems on pine/slate/cedar and do well. I've yet to pull one over 20 out of cedar but Im certain they are there.

mid june/july I like staying below the surface if the air and water temps are up... trout wont rise to sip if they don't have to.

I think you have the right idea with a worm method. I take green shenile (sp.) and wrap em up to simulate that as well.

maybe a copper john trailer

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Re: TROPHY TROUT WATER

also u can try big beetles and hoppers with/without a dropper. i have fished all year long with a size 6 stone and a 16-20 thread body or baron nymph and they have produced all year
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