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Not exactly a fly fishing question #14412659 07/05/22 07:55 PM
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I'm taking the family up to Broken Bow in a couple of weeks and considering spending a few hours one day trying to put my son on some trout. I know absolutely zero about trout fishing or fly fishing. I was thinking some light weight spinning tackle/microlite may do the trick.

What kind of lures could I use with this setup? Thanks in advance.

Re: Not exactly a fly fishing question [Re: tx6158] #14413662 07/06/22 10:39 PM
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size 0 or 1 Mepps.


Last Cast Podcast: Two TPWD-certified elite anglers. One canoe.
Re: Not exactly a fly fishing question [Re: tx6158] #14413814 07/07/22 02:42 AM
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Rooster tails, Trout Magnets, and/or Mepps Spinners as mentioned above.

Larry

Re: Not exactly a fly fishing question [Re: tx6158] #14419082 07/13/22 03:08 PM
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Silver or bronze Super Dupers have become my go-to spinning lure for trout. No more than 4 lb test fluoro leader.

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