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Can you catch salmon on a 6 weight fly rod?

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Pinks can be fished effectively with 5 or 6-weight rods. Use a floating line and a sparsely tied and lightly weighted fly pattern, for sometimes almost nonstop action. Silvers or chums that are found in good numbers in very shallow water will often take a large dry fly or a popper on the surface.

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