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I don't rele know what to use for the different types of seasons here in wisconsin for trout. If some of you could give me some

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  • I don't rele know what to use for the different types of seasons here in wisconsin for trout. If some of you could give me some

    I don't rele know what to use for the different types of seasons here in wisconsin for trout. If some of you could give me some flies and when to use them they would be greatly apreciated.

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    Im sure that this doesn't exactly answer your question but I always use worms. Nighcrawlers work awesome if you use a whole one and let the tail hang off. But if you are using artificial only then I can always trust a flie that resembles a crcket or a 'hopper. Just let it float down of the hole and swirl a few times, if you donr get a strike right away try a couple of times and let the fly float in different directions.
    Hope that helps a little.

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      Wooly buggers are great all year round, I like dark red and black bead headed ones the best. Elk hair caddis nymph is also one I've used.

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        I'm not from up that way but I got a trick that works for me, and I'm sure it will work for you. When you are fishing and all those bugs are buzzing in your ears and eyes and just annoying the heck out of ya. Kill one and match a fly to it as best you can. If that doesn't work, you usually can't go wrong with black.

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