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Mississippi Man

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About Mississippi Man

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    Bleeding Shiner
  • Birthday June 24

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    Mississippi
  • Interests
    Fishing , jig tying
  1. Bothering everyone one more time, I need to know the best size and brand of leader and tippet for fishing midges and scuds, etc. Brand, length, etc, appretiated.
  2. Favorite spinning line

    Do you using leader or tippet material when using the polymer line.Never used braid or polymer before to add a piece of tippet or leader. How long should the leader be?
  3. Favorite spinning line

    Looking for opinions on line before respooling my reels before an upcoming trip to Taney. Mono or polymer?
  4. Newby to Taneycomo

    Duckydot, what colors are favorites in jerkbaits. What is the best rig for drifting bait.
  5. Newby to Taneycomo

    Thanks for your responses. Does flash tinsel in the jig hurt or help the bite on taneycomo. out of curiosity , do you ever tie on a smaller jig to a heavier jig to get the bite when the current is up?
  6. Newby to Taneycomo

    Thanks guys. what weight, hook size and color marabous work best. Does flash tinsels in a jig help or hurt the bite there?
  7. Newby to Taneycomo

    I will be making my first trip to Taneycomo in mid-March. I have fished the White River before and am somewhat familiar with tailwater fishing. I was going to hire a guide the first day to learn techniques and then rent a boat for a couple of days. My wife and grown kids will be fishing with me part of the time. I have fly rods and spinning rods, just want to be sure and have all the proper tackle/lures with me when i get there and don't have to make shopping trips. I tie my own flies and jigs.We like to catch fish. I am not a purist on any style of fishing, whatever works best. This is a broad question but thanks for any help.
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