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Old 05-12-2013, 12:49 PM
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Good looking flies, Phil.

If you want to try something different, try wrapping a CDC underwing before you tie in your partridge. You might like the effect.

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Good looking flies, Phil.

If you want to try something different, try wrapping a CDC underwing before you tie in your partridge. You might like the effect.

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Good idea, I'll give it a try and post it later.
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My Firsh egg sucking leech .
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Some new worms to try for warm water, a few trout nymphs, BWO's, and indicator dries.

Tan/pearl C&B worm #10 (crappie/carp/etc.):
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Pink C&B worm #10:
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Black beauty variant #22:
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Extended body BWO:
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Standard BWO:
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Red-Head PT #16:
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Hi-vis indy parachute midge #20:
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Olive Copper John Stone #18:
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Indy Cricket #10:
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What are the worm bodies made from? One kind of looks like paracord. You do well with these? They look like something the bass here would like.
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Some hopefull muskie food from saturday

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Pearl core braid in tan (hareline dubbin brand), small pink chenille on the other one. These are tied to be similar to some of the newer carp worms (like John Montana's carp worm http://www.intheriffle.com/store/Hyb...-Carp-Fly.html. The wrap over the bead chain is UV estaz in olive (tan version), hot pink antron in a dubbing loop on the pink one.
I have not tried them yet, pretty sure the local crappie or bass will eat them. Hoping the local carp will suck them up too!
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Last picture of my Christmas Island Bonefish box. I just finished my last batch of flies for this box. I have a total of 100 Crazy Charlies for my trip.

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Caddis Pupa im working on .
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dark stone #8xl
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tan stone #8xl
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