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talapia on a fly? #12762599
05/20/18 06:15 PM
05/20/18 06:15 PM
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thinking about heading over to lake fairfield to try my luck on the talpia there. Anyone have any fly patterns to try?

Re: talapia on a fly? [Re: jpthrls909] #12763869
05/21/18 06:38 PM
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Fairfield has the blue Tilapia and I've found them to be a bit finnicky on taking a fly...unlike the Mozambique Tilapia which readily take flies in my ponds.

Bead head Nymphs generally work for me e.g. the Prince Nymph, the squirrel tail, the peasant tail, etc. Tight lines!

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