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Old 12-16-2008, 07:53 PM
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Here's a fly a friend of mine tied...

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That is awesome!
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thats a crazy tie! I quit at size 16.....
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Wow, that is indeed impressive!

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Wow thats tiny-what size hook is that?
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Old 12-16-2008, 08:56 PM
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Wow thats tiny-what size hook is that?
Size 32.
He says he ties that Wulff using one strand off of the many fibers that make up gel spun thread!
He aslo asked me not to sell them at $5.00 a dozen!
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That's a cool fly.We fish those in the winter here. They're tough to see, so usually tie a Wulff on the tippet and off that with the 32. 6 or 7X tippet. Here's a few Joni ties. Fun to fish with Jackster. Biggest problem is threading them.
And they DO catch fish.

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