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Rufus Woods is my "home water". The last few days I've been getting skunked and can't figure out what color they're keying in on. Usually when all else fails, a trusty black woolly bugger will produce with enough casting. But even that hasn't worked.
I had four strikes and hooked two on a chronomid yesterday, but as soon as the sun went behind the clouds they lost interest.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated
 

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Have not fished flies there lately. Trollers are not doing so well either but catch a few . Try some spots where hoppers might be hitting the water ( if any this late). Would love to join you . I live in Bridgeport.
 

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Nevermind. I figured it out. After about two hours of trial n error I found the right fly. Caught a couple small ones (about 17 inches). Monster rainbows came to the surface for a mayfly hatch this evening, but stayed out of casting distance. Was really wishing I had brought my boat this evening.
 
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