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Old 03-26-2011, 07:10 PM
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Default Re: Kokanee/Sockeye fly patterns?

Bigdog2421: This Russian River bucktail fly By Ard) is one of the main patterns I used on the Kenai fishing for Sockeye, it wll catch fish all day long. Use your own imagaination on the color combos (red/white, orange/white, yellow/white, black/green, purple/white, black/blue, the combos are endless). This fly is very simple to tie and when you loose one to dredging the bottom you won't feel helpless!
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Here is another popular pattern called the Polar Shrimp (this one by Diver Dan) that I liked to fish.
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I couldn't find the stash of bucktail flies that I said I would forward to you. I did some remodeling of the fly tying/computer room awhile back and now I can't find those salmon flies.

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