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Old 08-10-2013, 07:44 PM
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Default Re: Rookie to saltwater. Parris Island

Hahaha! Yeah I hear ya!

Thanks again ill for sure be keeping y'all updated!
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Old 08-11-2013, 07:33 AM
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TOW Bubba with heavy girls. SF
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I did a little searching this morning. Found some things that might help you.

Flies -
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More flies.

Yanks Assassin
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Small epoxy spoon fly.
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Redfish flies, tied by Jim Green in TX.
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Unknown name, but a good style.
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Typical yarn crab.
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Various Clouser Half & Halfs. Excellent trout flies! Redfish will eat them too!
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Simple, yet effective small baitfish pattern.
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Skinny Water type fly.
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A fly I tie for Carp, but should work as well for Redfish.
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More good trout patterns, various bucktail streamers.
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Clouser Minnows, light, dark & colorful, all have uses.
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Various types of poppers & sliders.
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Gurglers, great topwater flies that land softly.
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Joe Bruce Crab Colored Clouser. A very good general pattern.
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A few Clousers I tied for a trip to the SC coast a couple of years back.
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A few more!


Seaducers, an old, but still very productive style!
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Lefty's Deceiver. Tied for my SC trip.
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Various styles, all could be used for bass, or many saltwater species.
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Yes Innes I'm a TOW bubba with heavy GUNS. I'm guilty of heavy girls once or twice too though (one very drunken night in Big Bear Ca.)

And once again bigjim thanks for some fly ideas. Ill be sure to add some to my new knowledge tackle box.
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Mountain Warfare Students are easy prey when they come down for R&R.

Maybe I'll ping you next spring. I'm buying a skiff in Nov and will most likely bring it down to test the waters. SF
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Old 08-13-2013, 08:01 PM
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Not on a fly outfit. Going to get that tomorrow. Tell then got this guy in about 8" of water. That underwater grass stuff on a sand flat. Had to Carolina rig a DOA C.A.L. To get him. Thanks to all you for your info!!!!



Well now I don't know how to load pics.... Anyone know? Ill upload em
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I used Photobucket for fly pictures I posted, then just copied & pasted the "img" link that they provide direct into my reply to the post.
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Default Re: Rookie to saltwater. Parris Island

Ooh Rah brother, I went to P.I. summer of '80, straight out of high school. Did not get to fish during that period, LOL. Have been in the area a few times in the past 10 yrs or so. There is great fishing in the area and a local fly fishing shop with people that will point you in the right direction on wadable areas and fly selection.
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