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chambug2

"soft" lures

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I plan to visit the Taneycomo area during late October, and will definitely do some fly fishing. I see where "soft" lures are not permitted, but I'm not sure what "soft" means. I would appreciate an answer from someone who can explain it to me.

Thanks,

Chambug

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I sure do appreciate the responses to my "soft" lure question. I hope to get up to Taneycomo soon, and I'm very partial to a soft lure due to my experience with them in other states. I caught 60 (plus) trout (catch and release) in Arizona last July in a period of about 6 hours spanning an afternoon and the following morning. These were 15 to 24 inch trout, of all species, caught in private lakes and a stream. I'm in the process of trying it out in as many trout streams and lakes as possible, as soon as possible, especially in wild/natural waters.

Thanks,

Chambug2

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Can someone point me to a map with the zones layed out? I'm used to Bennett and the zone 1, 2, and 3 type deal. So far I've only used flies, so I think I've been legal. Don't want to toss a stick bait with treblw hooks, or Power Bait, in the wrong areas.

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