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When I fish , flasher flies. I’m only 10-15 ft behind the ball. Spoons I run 25-40 behind the ball .


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Thanks p3 I really appreciate it


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Also , when using flasher flies. I have all 24 inches leaders from hook to flasher. I keep all leaders same length. When trolling you can start at 2.4 to 3.0 mph . Pay attention to what the fish want for speed and repeat it . If your turning and a inside fires, that means they want a slower speed . If the outside rods fires , they want a faster speed. So if you don’t have a probe . You may have to do some S turns to figure out the speed that they want . Fishing is all about details and repeat what’s working . I move my rods about every 20-30 minutes and change things . Till I figure out what they want . My go to set ups are white flasher with green dots , with a hammer fly or a stud fly . Or a pig pen flasher , or scum line flasher with a stud fly or a UV190 fly .
Good luck dirt.


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Ok I put 50’ of 20lb trilene big game leader tied to my wire! For my Dipsy is that ok?


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On wire dipsey, tie swivel with wire knot on wire . Then on the back end of dipsey, I tie on 30 lb mono about 10 ft long.


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So I should take the 20 lb off? I tied a double uni knot to the wire with 50 ‘ of 20 lb gig game mono my original plan wat to tie the 20 lb to Dipsy? Not a good idea p3? U recommend going wire direct to Dipsy then run 10 feet of 30 lb? Is that 30 lb to flasher then 24 inch leader that comes with fly to flasher?


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For some reason every time I click on the message in my email it just keeps saying problems with server? Do u have face book messenger? Don and Wendy tennant is my Facebook messenger


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So I should take the 20 lb off? I tied a double uni knot to the wire with 50 ‘ of 20 lb gig game mono my original plan wat to tie the 20 lb to Dipsy? Not a good idea p3? U recommend going wire direct to Dipsy then run 10 feet of 30 lb? Is that 30 lb to flasher then 24 inch leader that comes with fly to flasher?


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Wire dipsey , using a wire knot , tie on a good grade swivel like sampo or spro . Don’t use cheap swivels. Then I use a number one dipsey with a ring set on one and a half. The swivel gets attached to the release part of the dipsey. The back side of the dipsey tie on 10 ft of 30 lb mono. Then tie a swivel to the other end . Then you snap on the flasher on that swivel. Then tie the fly 24 inches from hook to bottom of the flasher. I use a loop knot for this , so I can change to different flies.


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Dirt , you can go to utube and find all kinds of videos on salmon fishing and salmon schools . One of the best sites like Russell’s fishing tech . Has a bunch of videos. How to videos. The videos will show you how to set up dipsey’s, flasher flies, Russell’s fishing tech has videos on everything you need to know . There is other sites like Tangled tackle that has videos on Great Lake fishing . utube is a great source .


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