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Old 06-17-2009, 10:14 AM
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I would try to skidder and twitch it, Kinda like a dyin' mouse, and that pink chennile tail sounds cool!!!!!! Just my two cents
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Old 06-17-2009, 01:05 PM
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Excuse my ignorence but wheres the vid
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Great looking fly !!!

Does it float well ? I tried tying up a mouse pattern & unfortunately it did not sit upright in the water as a real mouse would.

Is the top made from closed cell foam ? What shape is the foam cut into ?
(sorry, I cannot tell from the pic)

You mention a video. How do you get access to that area of the site ? I did not know that this site even had that ability.

Once I watch the video I will tie several & try them out for Smallies.

Thanks for the pattern.

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Old 06-17-2009, 11:10 PM
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floated all day long and never once sank even in all the algea of the pond and also every cast lands upright. yes closed cell foam for the top of the fly basically u cut a rectangle piece then cut one side like say a popscicle stick shape. like round it off.. if u don't know what i mean u got to watch the video and he explains it step by step. click the video and wait for it to load in your media player and its lasts about 10 mins long. he explains it all. I posted the video in the share patterns section. but here is the link tho. click it and it will take u there
http://flyandfloatfishing.com/joomla...d=53&cat_id=15
should just let u view it? I am a member of that site but don't think u need to be to see the vids and stuff? its the 4th pattern down on the page
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Nice pattern,largemouth love to eat mice.
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so do smallies and huge trout
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I have a cordless mouse, so I don't have to worry about the tail getting tangled!
LOL Wonderful tie, McFly. Looks easy to tie.
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