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  1. I live in North Texas (Erath County and work in Weatherford) and am going to East Texas for the weekend before Thanksgiving to stay at the in-laws by lake Palestine. I fish in the Brazos below Possum Kingdom as a home water for Striped Bass and other species. I have been intrigued by some of the articulated streamers tied by Galloup and others and am wondering what people use with any measure of success. I would like to try a game changer, drunk and disorderly, or one of Galloup's. I have a marabou (head and tail) leach with Angora dubbing body and rainbow Krystal Flash (tail and sometimes head) in olive and black that works well off and on. Other than clousers what are people using? Is anyone trying articulated flies? I need to be able to get down to 10 feet and sometimes more based on what I hear from a conventional angler that is local. I have a full sink 7ips line by SA and a full float line on my 8wt.
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