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Old 11-12-2009, 08:02 PM
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Welcome Quackhead35, those work well, I like them with rubber legs for gills and smallies.

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A good site for flies is Warmwater Fly Tyer, might want to check it out.
http://www.warmwaterflytyer.com/welcome.asp one of my favorites is the Rubber Legged Dragon.
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Great looking fly---- and welcome to the site. Looking forward to more of your posts.

Mark
Thanks for the welcome

I am somewhat new to flyfishing so I am still learning and trying out some new patterns out. Only been in fly-fishing since january of this year. But with having good luck with what i tie up its hard to make something new sometime.


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Welcome Quackhead35, those work well, I like them with rubber legs for gills and smallies.

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A good site for flies is Warmwater Fly Tyer, might want to check it out.
http://www.warmwaterflytyer.com/welcome.asp one of my favorites is the Rubber Legged Dragon.
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I have a variation of this one with legs and it works out pretty well. I accidently gave them to a buddy thinking I had a few extras to go off of but didnt and haven't tied any others up.

That website has a great fly pattern on the front page so it has to be good - the Beaner's Baitfish - I have tied those up in about 7 colors and have had fantastic results.

and here are 2 pics from last week with one of the flies i posted earlier:
here is a decent bluegill
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And then a bass on the same fly
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Nice looking fly, looks like it would be a nice fly for river smallies...

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