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Old 01-09-2013, 12:50 PM
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Default Re: Warmwater flies.

Some more great suggestions!

Rip Tide, that gurgler looks good. I just watched a Youtube video on how to tie the foam beetle wabi mentioned, and it looks like the gurgler is pretty much the same general thing only with a nice long tail. So I can see why you say it is an easy tie!

bigjim5589, I actually remember seeing your post about the inline spinners the other day. It was something I thought I should give a try. And I really like what you have to say about the crayfish. I must admit I have looked at a bunch of patterns online, and the detail they get into can be a bit intimidating. But I guess I forgot the biggest difference between trout and bass/panfish is that trout are much more picky about looks.

Since I have a ways between now and when the water warms up I think I may need to make myself a list of materials and start filling up some fly boxes so I can hit the ground running come spring time.
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