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    Re: Ceder water flies

    Quote Originally Posted by A Polinger View Post
    Now that I'm living in the south jersey i find myself throwing a lot of flies at bass in lakes filled with cedar water. What colors do people find works bess, I've tried everything from white to black and I have not found one thing to work. Any tips would be great.

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    AP
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    I live near Great Adventure and am using dragonflys on the bass, dark brown, black and white are working for me once the dragonflys start moving around. Also hoppers in dark brown, light and dark green, and black are working. In the muddy pit that used to be Prospertown Lake anything shiny, like the goldie, jr,, and minnow patterns get them biting when nothing else seems to work.

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    Re: Ceder water flies

    In the couple of places I fish in the Pine Barrens, very often chartreuse or chartreuse w/ an orange bottom (aka "firetiger") is the ticket.


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    Re: Ceder water flies

    I have been killing them with poppers. 30 mins 4 large mouth all over 18 inches.


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    It's a riot huh! They just engulf it like a whirlpool.

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    Re: Ceder water flies

    The best part i was in a kayak and they were able to pull me.


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    Re: Ceder water flies

    poppins the way to go for sure, and it's great when you get a tow!


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