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Old 03-06-2011, 11:55 PM
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what are the strangest patterns you have seen or tied. ive recently seen a fly tied like an actual helicopter
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I tie a brown trout minnow fly that looks really different and it works like a charm to boot.

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Here's the fly wet;

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Dori actually works quite well.

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They are too cool! I mean that! By the way I loved that movie too,

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this is a commercial fly, you can actually buy them

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a Halloween favorite

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Pellet flies don't actually do much for the stockers, they respond to the sound of the food hitting the water. But that doesn't stop people from tying them

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That Dori--would be a killer for the bass in many of the lakes west of Spokane as thye have an ample breeding population of Koi! Neat flys and pics folks!
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