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What are you "Stillwater or Flowing Water tier"

Stillwater or Flowing water  

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I love moving water -- but the question should be answerd I tie for fish-streams, rivers,pond, lake,or salt it boils down to hooking fish

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Most definitely both... but I have a slight preference for moving water.

 

High lakes and coastal streams are my favorites. Part of the reason I live in Oregon.

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I love smallies in current! But I love smallies in lakes too. if smallies swam in the fountain in the mall id fish for them there to.

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I like tying for both.

But I really like drifting dries down a meandering creek in the mountains.

There is something about a fish taking a fly on the surface, that make dry fly fishing so magically addictive. :D

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I strongly prefer moving water. To me, that's where fly fishing really come into it's own. I'll fish stillwater if it's a choice between that and not fishing at all, but given that the species I prefer to fish for (trout and smallmouth) don't tend to live in stillwater in this area, I'd much rather be in stream.

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Very interesting I thought that there would been more stillwater guys like myself. When I usually go river fishing its very challenging with the over hanging trees. I do enjoy river fishing but hardly get a chance. Stillwater is still my favorite but looking at this picture is making me grind my teeth and wanna hit the river.

 

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Both for me, saltwater could constitute as both. There are some tailwaters and ponds I fish in freash water though. Mostly bass. Could catch the big 5 on any given day though in the hill country.

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