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Clayton Will

Favorite Spinning Lures For Trout

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We usually cast it out and just slowly reel it in. If it needed to get down a little farther we would add a small split shot about a foot above. I've also fished twice in park ponds here in St. Louis for trout in the winter and that's all I've ever caught them on.

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I simply get more frustration that satisfaction from tying my own jigs and flys.

I have a handful of staple flys that I tie. Zebras, WB, Clousers, a few streamers.

I struggle with Y2K's and Red Butts. I desperately need to be taught basic dubbing skillz.

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Daryk is a Montauk special the in-line spinner with a small woolie bugger on it? If so that's the one I like. Get several spinners, gold, silver, hammered or not hand full of small woolies with the red "butt" and go for it. You can switch them out with the different areas.

That's all I used as a kid!

BTW y'all Merry Christmas!!

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Daryk is a Montauk special the in-line spinner with a small woolie bugger on it? If so that's the one I like. Get several spinners, gold, silver, hammered or not hand full of small woolies with the red "butt" and go for it. You can switch them out with the different areas.

That's all I used as a kid!

BTW y'all Merry Christmas!!

A true classic. As someone earlier mentioned a split shot up the line a foot or so to get deeper.

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Yes Britts, how do you prefer to fish it? Moguy likes to let it sink, and slowly retrieve it. I live just south of St Louis, and the ponds are stocked for winter. Will have to try that out. I think I was casting, letting it fall, bringing it back up, repeatedly. Didn't work out for me.

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