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    Re: Pyramid Shore for Dummies

    Quote Originally Posted by hooks View Post
    Doc's article is great.

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    Re: Pyramid Shore for Dummies

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    I might be a little slow but the link doesn't work for me. Am I missing something?
    thanks
    Link is gone.

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    Chance is always powerful. Let your hook be always cast; in the pool where you least expect it, there will be a fish. -- Ovid

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    Re: Pyramid Shore for Dummies

    Catch ya later ... hooks

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    Re: Pyramid Shore for Dummies

    I knew if I cruised around i'd find some old folks......

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    Re: Pyramid Shore for Dummies

    Nooo the article is gone

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    Re: Pyramid Shore for Dummies

    Shore fishing can be great, I get a kick during the "Spawn" when the fish are swimming in front of the fly fishermen
    and even behind them !!
    A fun time to just relax and enjoy the show that the fish put on for you.

    It is not unusual to see "Cruisers" going by in the shallow waters along the shore line or even a dorsal fin cutting through the waters.
    You will enjoy this lake, even if you do not get into the trout, since there is ALWAYS the chance that you will get a
    TEN pond trout to take your offering.

    One note;
    on one outing, we found that boating can also produce some fish, if in the right spot.
    Lee taking pictures............... me too!!
    "Shark attack !!

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    Re: Pyramid Shore for Dummies

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    I might be a little slow but the link doesn't work for me. Am I missing something?
    thanks

    The article may have been removed?

    https://epictrout.com/
    Catch ya later ... hooks

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    Re: Pyramid Shore for Dummies

    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Compassion View Post
    I might be a little slow but the link doesn't work for me. Am I missing something?
    thanks

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    Re: Pyramid Shore for Dummies

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    What type of rod/reel combo would be needed here and lb test?
    I have a couple of Lamiglas rods 8 ft spinning type and a couple of Shimano reels (high end) for casting, both have 15 lb Suffix 832 braid on them, if you use mono don't be afraid to go higher like 20 lb or more, they are not line shy. Just remember your casting from the shore into deep water so you need to get out as far as you can and let it sink to the bottom with an open bail. Then start your reeling in, they are usually trying to get something moving on the bottom.....Jetspray
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    Re: Pyramid Shore for Dummies

    What type of rod/reel combo would be needed here and lb test?

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