Lake tye bass

Discussion in 'Warm Water Species' started by WA-Fly, Aug 10, 2012.

  1. WA-Fly

    WA-Fly Active Member

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    Today I caught a decent sized bass on a black wooly bugger I have been catching a lot of bass in many lakes on wooly buggers all summer but this is only the second report doing great first summer of fly fishing only two
     
  2. Kendz

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    Nice, buggers are always a solid choice. I have been fishing foam and deer hair poppers in the same area and having great results. I highly recommend trying some next time your out. Great topwater fishing. this has been my go to lately,

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  3. Patrick Gould

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    I agree with Ken. Give some topwater flies a try. You probably know this, but the trick with poppers with to let them sit for along time after you cast. When you just can't stand it any longer give it a sharp, short strip and then let it sit again. If you don't get any action proceed to strip it a few feet in short pops. The takes aren't subtle.
     

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