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kayakcruser 08-21-2006 12:19 PM

warmwater fly tying
 
hey, i have just getting into fly tying. i can tie awsome foam spiders and hoppers but i want to tie more so what are three or four good flies for warmwater and what materials do i need to tie themthanks,_Nick

BigCliff 08-21-2006 12:36 PM

Re: warmwater fly tying
 
bead head wooly bugger- streamer hooks, beads to fit them, marabou, chenille, saddle hackle, and wire.

Clouser minnows- bead chain or dumbell eyes, two colors of bucktail, some flash, and a hook.

Marabou minnow- bead chain eyes, marabou, chennile, hook.

Redneck rabbit- zonker strip, dumbell eyes, tinsel/sparkle chenille, hook.


You could always try tying bonefish flies in muted colors to use on carp as well. Make them smallish as well, size 8 and 6.


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