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big_river_bum  
#11 Posted : Sunday, June 2, 2019 5:23:38 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Punmaster Go to Quoted Post
Throughout my first year last year of fly fishing, it seems all the streams near me are just to small to make it enjoyable with a fly rod. If anyone has any expertise in the area it would be much appreciated. I am willing to travel about a half an hour in any direction. Thanks all


go south my man. if those aren't big enough then take up walleye fishing
hougie  
#12 Posted : Sunday, June 9, 2019 1:37:26 PM(UTC)
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This is my first year fly fishing and i use an 8'ft 6" - 4 weight rod and have had no problems at all with the streams near la crosse, coon valley and viroqua and sparta eastern minnesota etc etc. I have learned so far that its more about controlling your line and most of the casts are a simple flick of the wrist or roll casting. Im having the time of my life with it. Learn to cast you will see its less about casting and more about presentation and line control, drift etc.
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weiliwen on 6/9/2019(UTC)
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