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Old 09-24-2008, 08:53 PM
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Hi folks,

I tied a couple of flies tonight.. some came out very weird... some are nice..

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more flies...

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I think your flies are cool, and I bet they catch a lot of fish. One you have looks like a bead head, with yellow thread thickly done for the body...very simplistic, but effective looking. I enjoyed looking at the vast assortment. Keep up the good work!
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kelkay, thanks... yes, its the copper beadhead with just thick yellow thread... that one I caught a lot of panfish with nymphing method..
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Default Re: X-Tra-Terrestial Flies

more flies... Clouser Minnows...
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