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PostPosted: 03/23/20 14:03 • # 1 
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When the creeks are running fast due to raining all night. How do you fish that type of water when it is a little high and stirred up. Do you change to brighter colors or use something that sinks. I am a rookie at this and trying to fish a creek in Tennessee this week and it has been raining and it’s running hard and is stirred up. I caught a nice brown yesterday but water was not stirred up and was clear. What approach should I take in these circumstances. Thank you for any info.


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PostPosted: 03/28/20 10:30 • # 2 
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I give it a couple of days to get back to a more normal flow.


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PostPosted: 03/28/20 11:09 • # 3 
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I would start by fishing tight to the bank with a weighted, small, black, wooley bugger. Fish will hold tight to the edges or down deep behind structure. I've fished chartreuse colored nymphs/pupa and brightly colored "glo balls" in similar situations.

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