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Using more than one nymph can catch eye of hungry trout

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Some people will catch fish this winter by swinging fancy wet flies or streamers down and across the Great Lakes tributary streams. Some will even know where they might find trout rising to dry flies. But for most of us, it’s nymphing time. The water temperatures are below 40 degrees and will be for the next 16 weeks. The trout are lying low, so we’ll need flies that suggest aquatic insect larvae and pupae, designed ...

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