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OUTDOORS Capital City Weekly The river scene is a familiar one, one that every fly angler has witnessed at some point in time during their fishing days; the person next to you is catching fish and although you are using the same fly you continually come up empty. It's that old familiar saying, "90 percent of the fish are caught by 10 percent of the anglers" and now you are experiencing this first hand. So what are these select anglers doing differently than you that continually keeps them in the game of "catching" while all the others anglers around them (yourself included) remain confused spectators? More times than not, the key to these anglers' success rests in the lines that they use.

On the Fly: Improving silver chances

Silver salmon will soon be entering most of our local watersheds, if they aren't already, and selecting the best fly line for your water types will ensure you the best chances of being productive.
Photo By Rich Culver
Silver salmon will soon be entering most of our local watersheds, if they aren't already, and selecting the best fly line for your water types will ensure you the best chances of being productive.
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