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White Fish Love

By July 27, 2011 April 14th, 2018 No Comments

Tighty Whitey plays it cool in the shade.

Sure we hear they can’t jump and rarely eat dry flies on the surface. But lets be honest, whats so bad about catching the occasional white fish? They are often considered an important indicator species of a healthy fishery, and since they hold very close to the bottom can let you know your nymphs are getting down deep where they should be. So the next time your strike indicator does the upstream bouncy dunk, throw your buddies a curve and say “C’mon big whitey!” After all, they fight as decent as most trout their size, and with that little pea shooter of a mouth they typically dump the fly with ease.

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