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Old 02-09-2010, 12:35 PM
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Default Juvenile Cutty patterns

Heading out friday to a sick new stretch of semi tailwater in my area after some big big fish and thinking juvi cutt patterns and white fish patterns will be the ticket. Anyone got any secrets or good tips? Thanks guys
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Old 02-09-2010, 12:40 PM
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Default Re: Juvenile Cutty patterns

Fly

Add a bit more red. The fly is basically a Clouser with a deeper body due to the marabou and red Flashabou throat.
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Default Re: Juvenile Cutty patterns

I tie a white zonker with red bunny hair as its gills when iam out of rabbit I have used red deer or elk hair

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Heading out friday to a sick new stretch of semi tailwater in my area after some big big fish and thinking juvi cutt patterns and white fish patterns will be the ticket. Anyone got any secrets or good tips? Thanks guys
Just saw your from the same crazy city Iam from hitting up the maddy?
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Old 02-10-2010, 02:15 PM
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Another zoo towner on here, always a good thing! Not the Maddy, its local (kind of). Got a tip from an airport shuttle driver last weekend about some extremely large cutts and bulls with a few bruiser browns.

Been fishing much lately? January kicked out since really nice fish for me on eggs and streamers but have not been out much. Dead drifting and slight twitching of big gross stuff via sink tips on overcast warm days has been the ticket. Wishing i didnt have a girlfriend so I could take a nice 3 day trip with some buddies this weekend.
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No have not been out at all this winter been hunting to much planning on a 3 day trip at the end of feb to a lake in idaho that is spring fed and planted with broad stock trout all 5 pounds plus kinda like beavertail pond only way bigger then after that I will have a few weeks till the squwalas start hatching
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