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rippinlips

i have had my fun fishing for steelies this year (key word fishing not catching!) and am going out this weekend to target cutties on the 4wt. I usually head out to dewdney slough and do quite well just wondering if anyone has been out that way lately and had any luck?

tight lines!
cagey

minnow patterns should be the go to fly right now.
vancity

i agree lofish, it is hard to fish a minno pattern in the "great muddy Fraser" bait works cause bait stinks. if you are trying by the mouths of creeks/rivers/streams you might have better luck with the minno pattern fishing the less muddy watter, as you probably already know.

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