Light Tackle

Fish must have been caught using Artificals, after November 1, 2006.
Please let us know the tackle you used, and the artificial. Please post pictures with you, fish, and tackle if possible.
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islandflyfisher
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This thread is for your best catches on 6 lb test and less with artificial.

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Trouty on 6lb.
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nice fish. is that by the pineda causeway? there are some monster reds around there to
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That's exactly where that is. That stretch gets pounded pretty good these days, but winter/spring is pretty good if you've got good eyes.

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watch out for those little bulls in that area. ive had some follow me around when i had a trout on a stringer behind me. thats a scary feeling
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bigboyjames11 wrote:watch out for those little bulls in that area. ive had some follow me around when i had a trout on a stringer behind me. thats a scary feeling


I saw a pair swimming together in April that were'nt so little. I see them often enough that I quit worrying about them. I have to agree that dragging dead fish behind you is probably not the best way to avoid their attention.

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i remember that article in flo sportsman :D

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Wading is my passion. It will take more than a few toothy critters to keep me out of the water. I rarely keep fish when I'm out wading, so I don't have the whole 5lbs of chum hanging off my belt problem. The beach is a different story, I don't go in the water.

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conner's (kingfishnastys) cobe on 6
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mine toms and nicks all on 6lb

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Those are nice thow the smallest line i fish is ten to twelve pound test. They put up a nice fight on light tackle.
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sight fisher 131 wrote:Those are nice thow the smallest line i fish is ten to twelve pound test. They put up a nice fight on light tackle.


Indeed they do

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