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Old 05-25-2009, 11:53 AM
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Heres some flies I tied for both large and smallmouths, these are tied on size 2 and 4 saltwater hooks and are used with my 4 and 6wt.

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Old 05-25-2009, 12:27 PM
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That is a pretty cool froggie
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Old 05-25-2009, 12:41 PM
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Here is a bass fly that looks like a little bluegill, its just olive marabou and black flash along the back with yellow marabou on the belly and orange marabou on the throat. Got the idea from the fly I tied and the fly BlueBird tied from the streamer swap I did.
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Nice, Bear! I had to hit the rep button for you and kruggy after seeing
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Nice, Bear! I had to hit the rep button for you and kruggy after seeing
these bass patterns.

well, hell! i'm a shameless rep *****. here's a pic of my bassomatic in chartreuse-n-white. i also tie them in black, brown-n-rust, and a blue crab variant for saltwater that i call the blue bayou.

Click the image to open in full size.
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Nice, Bear! I had to hit the rep button for you and kruggy after seeing
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well, hell! i'm a shameless rep *****. here's a pic of my bassomatic in chartreuse-n-white. i also tie them in black, brown-n-rust, and a blue crab variant for saltwater that i call the blue bayou.

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Default Re: 6wt or 7wt for smallies

Hey Ken, I got you covered . I tie my wooly buggers with bead chain, but
haven't used the silly leg material I bought a year ago. I'm going to tie some
up before going fishing this afternoon, and your fly reminded me to try some
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Old 05-25-2009, 01:11 PM
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While we are complaminting I meant to ya Frank that bass and cat are dang nice fish, and for a 5wt even nicer.
Isnt hooking into a big ol' fish on a light rod fun
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Thats cool looking fly, that will work for sure,NICE TIE!!!
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