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I am interested in trying my luck with streamers a bit on my next trip out. Is there any action to be had on them this time of year? I thought I had heard streamers were good in the spring with high flows and cloudy water but I need to read up on it. If anyone has suggestions, let me know.
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Here are a few things I've learned about streamer fishing the past few seasons:

You can't strip a streamer fast enough to take it away from a fish that wants to eat it.

You can't go wrong with black.

Double bunnies work.

Prey tends to flee predators by swimming downstream (don't shy away from casting upstream and stipping downstream).

A floating line may not be your best option.

Read "Modern Streamers For Trophy Trout" co-authored by Kelly Galloup.

Have fun!!

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