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Jun 8, 2017

Fly Gear for Muskie Fishing

In The Spread and Capt. Chad Bryson bring you Fly Fishing Gear for Muskie. In this video, Chad shares his opinions on the rods, reels, line, leaders and flies you need to start fly fishing for musky in the southeast. We are talking about big rods, big flies and big, big fish with teeth.

Chad is an expert fly tier that not only ties flies, but uses them in practice, so he is sharing with you what he has had success with. Learn about fly features that are more productive, different line options for different fishing requirements, what to look for in a rod and reel and various leader materials. To see more of our muskie fishing videos, visit https://inthespread.com/freshwater/muskie-fly-fishing-rods-reels-flies-chad-bryson--000080

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