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    Default stones

    Here are a few I did for steelhead fishing.






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    Default Re: stones

    Beautiful stonesyou can send me a dozen

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbbfly View Post
    Beautiful stonesyou can send me a dozen
    Uh, yeah.....me too please........



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    Bob: Looks like you have been busy tying! Very nice work, I hope you land some monster steelies with those creations! Good fishing!

    Larry

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    Seems I've seen those before, nice Bob

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    awsome stoners, would work nice up in the salmon river area

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    Default Re: stones

    what sort of retrieve do you use with these stoneflies, or do you just dead drift? I've seen stoneflies before and they barely moved. Maybe they were sleeping or something.

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    I normally dead drift them, but by adding the longer hacke legs I can swing them through runs, which works great in the great lakes. lot more movement. I do sell them if interested.
    sandfly/ bob
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    from the outer edge of nowhere
    fly tying and fishing Gillie..

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    Nice looking stonefly ties, Bob. Hope you get some fish that match the quality of your flies!

    Pocono

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