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Old 03-27-2009, 11:26 AM
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Default Re: Mylar Minnows

Those are cool, they look like little fish, how do they act when you are fishing them (I mean do they swim upright as you retrieve or swing them)

I have tied mylar bodies and used them in the surf at Seward hoping that they would be the best producer based on the flash factor but have not caught a fish on one. That is not to say that in another location they wont produce. I will try again this year because they sure seem to look like a silver minnow darting through the water.

Nice work
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