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I would have to agree with siusaluki, a heavily weighted wooley bugger in brown, black and or olive or even combinations. Any real meaty looking bug that will get down in the deep holes should work. Dano

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Weighted bunny-leech in green, brown, or black on a sinking tip line if water depth calls for it. B) Dan-o

RELEASE THOSE BROWNIES!!

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Dano wrote:

<I would have to agree with siusaluki, a heavily weighted wooley bugger in brown, black and or olive or even combinations.>

With a few mere hints of orange!

"You need only reflect that one of the best ways to get yourself a reputation as a dangerous citizen these days is to go about repeating the very phrases which our founding fathers used in their struggle for independence." ---Charles Austin Beard

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It depends...fall smallmouth fishing is usually really slow for me, even with spin tackle. To many leaves in the deep back eddies where they hold this time. As for favorite flies...I do 90% of my smallie fishing with two flies..one is a Gaine's Sneaky Pete, the other is a sparkle minnow.

http://www.ozarkflyfishers.org/pages/flies...rkleminnow.html

its really hard to beat a sparkleminnow any time of the year. Brown and Orange works great sometimes, pearl works best sometimes but its always worth a few fish. Olive with red flash, or green flash can be hot at times..In stained water I go with black or chartruese. Cheers.

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