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  1. Largemouth, Bream and Catfish reside in the canals that wind through the campground that lead to Bay Lake at Disney's Fort Wilderness Campground. This a fine place for youngsters to test their skills. And thats exactly what Manny did during the first leg of our vacation, before heading to Estero & Sanibel for the salt. Chernobyl Ant was the fly of choice for the bass & bream. The catfish on the other hand, required a bit of innovation. He spotted this large catfish cruising nearby in the clear shallows. Being a bottom feeder, Manny knew he needed to get a fly to settle to the bottom. A sparsely tied Ray's Fly accented with a "smidgen" of kielbasa did the trick. (a minor sacrilege, but apropos none the less)
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