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CATCHING Wild TROUT On LURES.

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    Posted: 13 Mar 2018 at 11:21am
Had a great little session on a local river using the new 313 colour in the Ecogear mx 48 range. Hope you enjoy and thanks for watching.
Cheers, Clint.
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You are fishing in some picturesque spots there Clint - great video
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you don't havta be pretty to fish
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Great stuff, beautiful country!Thumbs Up
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awesome day. ooooh, this has me itching for fishing. our snow can't melt soon enough.
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Thanks for watching lads. Was good to get amongst them again.
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Great fishing Clint.
Life is fishing!
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Thanks, mate.
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Clint can you recover most of your snagged lures.  

What breaking strain do you find works well for the rivers and works the lures through fast water and rapids.

Would braid  be useful or not required.
Just back have not watched  your latest offering at this stage

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I get most of my snagged lures back. I use three pound braid and six to four pound leader depending on the size of the fish in that particular river. I like using braid but mono works fine as well.
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