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DBBOBOctober 14th, 2016, 12:57 pm
Southern California

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I will be fishing still water for rainbows and Browns in NE Utah late Oct. I've recently seen epoxy midge patterns available. I'm interested if these work better than a std. or ice cream cone Chironomid in 50-55 degree water and any other suggestions. Water is 10-30 ft deep over mud/weed bottom.

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