8 flys to start for saltwater cuthroat fishing ?

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  1. Gray Ghost

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    One of my elite eight would definitely be the Rolled Muddler, that hasn't been mentioned yet. A very good all around SRC fly, fresh and salt.
     
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    iagree
     
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    1 Flatwing
    2 Leland's Beach Popper
    3 Double Reverse Spider
    4 Flatwing
    5 Flatwing
    6 Flatwing
    7 Flatwing
    8 Larry's Popcycle or flatwing version
    9 a Shrimp/ Euphasid/ Aphipod pattern
    10 Flatwing Chum Baby


    anything Roger recommends
     
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    [QUOTE anything Roger recommends[/QUOTE]

    I think Roger recommended a clouser and a popper and go fish.
     
  6. troutaholic

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    My list would be by more type since there are so many great patterns to choose from:

    Euphasid/Aphipod imitations (pink, peach, white)
    Attractors- Reverse Spider (black/white, white/orange, chartreuse/white shrimpcolors/grizzled)
    Sand Lance Imitation in 3 sizes (2-3",m 3-4" and 5-6")
    Generic bait fish deep sinkers- Clousers and marabou Clousers (2 sizes 8-6, olive/white, pink/white, peach/white, chartreuse/white, brown white)
    Generic bait fish shallow- (Chum babies in the late spring to early summer near creeks- or any other olive/white baitfish imitation with epoxy eyes elsewhere, in sizes 4-8)
    Sureface Poppers Gurglers Sliders (they all work pretty well but I especially like Lelands Popper- or as close as I can tie to one!)
     

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