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Old 04-06-2013, 06:49 PM
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Fly line, leader and tippet for inshore
Check out my suggestions with pics about half way down the page for flies. The Mangrove Critter, is a shrimp/crab imitation that like most Borski flies does a great job. The Bendbacks due to hook size and materials sink fast also and are about as weedless as you get.
That redfish mangrove critter looks like a winner for my area? Thanks!
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Got your address and the flies will be mailed today. I have good luck with them as well as others I know that use them in this area. Hopefully you will also. You may think the hooks are a little small but that's the size I like best. Most people do tie these with a couple sizes larger hook.
I got my mail yesterday and found these cool Redfish flies that were sent to me form a great member 'osok'! Thanks a million. These colors are the exact combinations that I think will be very attractive in my waters. Pink and orange mixed with Browns are the best around hear.

The next pic I will post will be of the Red that slams the little guy.

Now I just have to figure which weekend chores to blow off and get out on the water. Hahahahahahha

Thanks osok! Ill let you know how they do.

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Hope they work for you so I don't have to eat crow.lol But it's been on my diet more than once.
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