Micro Leeches Under an Indicator

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  1. sbr

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    If you are already successful fishing with chironomids under an indicator, you are good to go. I often fish a pair of flies with one nearly always being a micro leech.
     
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    Yep, it is just that easy, no need to write a book about the subject now at all. ;)
     
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    I guide on a large ranch in NM and spend weeks on end fishing leeches under indicators. Most people struggle to throw 30'' of line, and it's a very good way to put people on fish, it also gets Me hooked way less than having them fish a more traditional way. My motto on must days is '' heave and leave"
     

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