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Old 02-19-2013, 11:09 PM
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Bass poppers hand carved and sanded from balsa wood; painted with acrylic paint. I love making these poppers but they are a LOT of work.

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Old 02-20-2013, 09:16 AM
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Bass poppers hand carved and sanded from balsa wood; painted with acrylic paint. I love making these poppers but they are a LOT of work.

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Excellent crafting, as you say, looks like a lot of work.


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Beautiful poppers, Tom!

Great handling of all those materials on your Last Chance cripple, kayo. I was working on variation of that pattern last night, trying to make something for the early big mayflies, greens and Greg drakes. Like your tie I like CDC in place of deer hair for the forward wing. I'll post a pic when I get it down.
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Bass poppers hand carved and sanded from balsa wood; painted with acrylic paint. I love making these poppers but they are a LOT of work.

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Great work! Those look awesome. Lots and lots of work! I'd be scared to fish those for fear of losing them!
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E. delantala - ( Attenela delantala )…MONO BUG – TMC 100SP BL, #16…


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OLIVE FLASH EURO JIG NYMPH – Parrott/Variant – TMC C400BL, #12 – #16…


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Green Peter Caddis

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Tied up 5 of these for a local pike fly swap.

Basically a small deceiver style fly with a touch of flash.

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CBC PT JIG NYMPH - TMC C400 BL, #12 -#16...


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