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Old 12-02-2013, 10:34 AM
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What are your favorite bass flies?

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Very nice patterns, congrats! I really like the work you did with the deer hair.

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Great work!!!
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Great deer hair work!
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Old 12-02-2013, 07:52 PM
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Nice deer hair work! My favorite bass flies in the creeks are craw flies made with my cat's hair, and foam poppers/gurglers/beetles. In the rivers, it's all about the Clousers.
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Great job! What bass fly do I like? That rabbit strip diver looks like a killer fly to me. I've had my best luck with rabbit strip flies, preferably a long tail, and on a slider that slithers through the water with not a lot of commotion. Lets see some pictures of what you catch on these flies.

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Those are some really great looking flies!

Even tho mine are not nearly as well crafted, here is what I use to fool the odd fish now and again.

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Absolutely beautiful deer hair work mbchilton! Great looking flies!

These are a few of my favorites

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I like this one for trout & bass
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When stacking different color deer hair how do you get such neat lines>

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in the spring and summer i use mostly foam or deer hair poppers BUT in the winter i throw these guys on a 300gr. sink tip and hold on

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