Lake tye bass

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

  1. WA-Fly Active Member

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    WA
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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 New Member

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    Blaine
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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 Active Member

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    Ellensburg, WA
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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.