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    Quote Originally Posted by Tippet321 View Post
    I think that looks more like a Crathie, but no matter it will definitely take sea trout
    They were listed as silver stoats and he did a few variants with other colours in aswel but yea i can see what you mean as they arent strictly a traditional silver stoat but thats why i went for them so they stand out abit more when the rivers on the drop. Small 6" kamakaze brownies have allready chewed one to bits last weekend.

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    have been told to try spiders, real easy to do

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    It's too high, its too low, its too windy, there's nae fish al no be back...... Till tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by wormo View Post
    as above title im looking to see what you sea trouters out there pick out fly wise during the daylight hours
    im no expert night or day so looking to stock up an empty fly box with your suggestions
    pics more than welcome
    craig
    Hi Craig.
    On the Taw and Mole in N Devon in clear water I use Silver Stoats, Executioners or a MolyPoly (silver stoat with a red throat hackle) which I tie myself. Normally on the dropper, as I have a Willie Gun or Munro Killer on the point for Salmon. Usually catch Peal though have had larger Sea Trout. Not the BIG ones though.
    Hope that helps a little. Tight lines.

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    great replys and good info
    herez a few more i done for a m8

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    The green butts set them off nicely

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hemmy View Post
    The green butts set them off nicely
    yer obsessed man
    It's too high, its too low, its too windy, there's nae fish al no be back...... Till tomorrow

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