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Fly & Bubble Rig for Lake Fishing (II).

By Greg Howard.
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"Wet flies imitate various shrimp and hellgrammites found in lake
waters, as well as minnows and larval insects.

Overwhelmed? Get a few Adams for topwater, Wulffs for top &
submerged, and Olive Wooly Worms & Buggers for submerged. Start
with these and add to your collection as your enjoyment progresses.

Rigging:

1)- Pull four feet of line from the rod tip to work with.

2)- Slide the bubble on the line and tie one end of the swivel to the
line. The bubble should be free to slide but will not pass over the
swivel.

3)- Measure leader and tie to swivel. Use six feet of line for submerged
flies; use nine feet of line for dry flies.

Easy measuring technique: Use a tape measure and measure the span
of your stretched arms (mine is six feet). Now pull line from left hand
to right using the span as your guide (half span is at the tip of your
nose).

4)- Tie fly to end of leader.

5)- Fill bubble with water. Dry flies should use a bubble filled halfway with water to keep them afloat and to lessen the "plunk" when hitting the water.

Submerged flies need a bubble completely filled with water. The
bubble will hold the fly at the same level throughout the retrieve."





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