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Fly & Bubble Rig for Lake Fishing (I).

By Greg Howard.
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"Lake fishing is perfect for flies this time of year. But most of the time,
the fish are jumping way beyond the range of the amateur angler.
Beginning trout fishermen are pretty apprehensive about fly fishing,
thinking that they will have to make yet another expensive investment
in equipment and gear. They just got the basics down with the
spinning rod, and don't even want to think about learning an entirely
different casting style and technique. Fortunately, the clear plastic
bubble opens up a new dimension of fly fishing for both the novice and
amateur fisherman.

Equipment:

The equipment is minimal:
o spinning rod with 4-6# line
o 2-4# line for leader
o clear plastic bubble
o small swivel
o assorted wet & dry flies

All of the above can be found at any supply store. The flies should be
of good quality (avoid 'discount' flies). The following are good
'starter' flies to look for:

Dry flies: Ginger Quill, California Mosquito, Red Ant,
Renegade, Royal Coachman, Black Gnat, White
Miller, El Capitan, Adams Irresistible, Gray
Wulff.

Wet flies: Wooly Worm (brown, olive), Wooly Bugger
(black, black & olive, olive, brown), Joe's
Hopper (grasshopper), Muddler Minnow.

Dry flies are intended to imitate bugs landing on the water surface.
Some dry flies, like the Gray Wulff, can be rigged as a wet fly to
imitate an insect submerged and drifting."




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