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Deep and slow will put a bend in your rod in March. Whether you drift a nymph or strip a streamer, getting the fly down and moving it slow should earn a strike if you hit the right spots. Look for deeper, slow holding water. They won't be laid up in the same places that you will find them a month from now. A streamer is a good choice for a searching pattern during the early season. Fish them on a sink tip to get them down, and don't be afraid to throw something with a little meat on it- you might be surprised how far they are willing to move in 34 degree water for a good mouthful.
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