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Discussion Starter · #5 ·
That is my light rig, an R L Winston swtich with a 300 gr Commando and 10 ft sink tip. This was a little light for that fish.

Casts really depend upon the tide. When the tide is high, it is possible to do spey casts from the mudbank. As, the water surface drops it is too far down to pull off a sweep, At that point, I transition to water born overhead casts. Not many folks around here swing their fly. Cast and strip are the usual technique. I prefer to swing if the current is strong enough.
 

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He's liking that black fly.

I was out the other morning and saw some nice fish but they all had lockjaw. Nice morning to swing a fly anyway.

 
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