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    Your question is a bit vague It's almost like saying you are going to a restaurant and asking if they have food. Of course they have food, the question is what do you want to eat.

    Be specific, where are you going? Dam, river? What fish do you want to target.
    Then people will respond by saying use this fly, look for a hatch, match the hatch or even look for structure if you are fishing for bass.

    Or are you an entomologist that just wants to collect bugs?

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    One thing that normally works for me in still waters is to match the fly colour to the water colour if you are fishing naturals. Olive for green water, tan and brown for coffee coloured water. That gives you a starting point at least.......
    Blikoor,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blikoor View Post
    One thing that normally works for me in still waters is to match the fly colour to the water colour if you are fishing naturals. Olive for green water, tan and brown for coffee coloured water. That gives you a starting point at least.......
    Very interresting, thanks for the info

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    i also found this awesome article, which helped alot

    http://www.outdoorpages.co.za/Fishin...les.asp?ID=136

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