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In this video I break down my current Float N Fly setup that I use out here on the West Coast to target suspended winter bass... If you have any questions about this setup please comment below and I will answer to the best of my knowledge.
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Best tutorial I’ve seen on this technique
Thanks for sharing this technique!
Will be fun to try it.
What weight are the flies? I tried this setup with a 1/16 oz fly and windy conditions and couldn’t get it to work hardly at all. Was thinking a heavier fly would solve my problem but 1/16 was all I had.
Your bobber stop knot was a Uni to uni
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