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anglingbc Tue, Jun 15, 2010 - 7:18 PM     Subject: Fly Fishing the Thompson Quote
Joined: Feb 2006 hi, im kind of new to the game and i was just wondering what nymph flies work best on the thompson river and how do i set my fly rod up to fish nymph flies. ex. floating line, leader, strike indicator, split shot, tippet line and flies. Any feedback i would greatly appreciate it.
fishingnewsman Thu, Jun 17, 2010 - 12:15 PM     Subject: RE: Fly Fishing the Thompson Quote
Joined: Jun 2008 You are talking about my first love here. Put in the time to learn this one and you will be greatly rewarded. Stones, Stones, Stones. Both Kaufmanns golden & black. Also Joe's Hopper, Chernobyl Ant, Tom Thumb both standard & red bodied, Irresistible (must have for the caddis hatch) and Elk Hair Caddis both standard and green bodied.
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