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Old 07-24-2013, 11:37 AM
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Hi,

Actually I believe they will catch most species of fish regardless of where you use them. They all look pretty much like menu items when they are wet & moving through the water. They look fancy in the vice but when they are swimming through the currents they are essentially fancy wooly buggers.

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Those are real beauties Ard! The timing of your post is impeccable! Thanks for the reference point
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Those are some awesome looking flies Ard

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I call it the "im at the end of my rope and will try anything for these carp to bite" fly


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just a few Trico Spinners
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FLOSS & UV2 Fl. ORANGE MIDGE – Gamakatsu C13U – #18 – #20…

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