Pink Rubber Worms

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  1. bennysbuddy

    bennysbuddy the sultan of swing

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    Since beads are now all the rage and excepted by fly fishers as fly gear.How about the pink rubber steelhead worms the gear guys use. I'm thinkin I could jack them out of the water with my 9140 sage speyrod with a short skagit belly & a type 6 sink tip, I'm not saying that It would be pretty but I'll bet It would be effective!
     
  2. stewart dee

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    WOW......... I just blacked out for a few minuets. That 9140 would be a fair trade for an Ugly Stick and Spinning Reel.
     
  3. Evan Burck

    Evan Burck Fudge Dragon

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    Pink worms have the dirtball stamp of approval
     
  4. Old Man

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    I don't use these things and I'm a fly Fisher. If you want to use all this shit just get a noodle rod and have a go at it.. Besides the pink MOAL is a good replacement for it.The rubber worm that is.
     
  5. jeff bandy

    jeff bandy Make my day

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    Didn't someone post a pic of a pink rubber worm fly last year?
     
  6. bennysbuddy

    bennysbuddy the sultan of swing

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    Just to add a little class & to honnor your old school traditions, I'll be sure to have my saracione reel on my sage 9140, when I decide to go down & dirty
     
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    ak_powder_monkey Proud to Be Alaskan

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    I used some huge pink san jaun worms last year with great results
     
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    stilly stalker Tuna sniffer

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    I tie em. Gimme a chance t get a pic up. Just as good of action as the real thng.
     
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    I've seen flyfishers use the pink rubber worm and have seen it work but I don't use 'em. I tie a pink tandem tube that looks very similar to a rubber worm. It's got a ton of movement and probably much easier to cast than the rubber worm.
     
  10. Ed Call

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    Cheese and Rice I just puked a little bit. Beads are on the fringe, but pink rubber worms...shit, I just puked again.
     
  11. bennysbuddy

    bennysbuddy the sultan of swing

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    Hey are you the dude that was droolin all over my saracione at rons, yeah the black & gold one
     
  12. Ed Call

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    Holy smoking gun...a Saricione and pink rubber worms...projectile vomiting and sudden need for a hot shower.
     
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    Pink MOAL's have better action.
     
  14. Stonefish

    Stonefish Triploid, Humpy & Seaplane Hater

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    Keep puking Ed........
     
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    Pictures are not that bad Brian, that pink tubing is wicked dirty. I'm thinking pink auger tail bass type worms like I think I've seen "Boom Roasted" fishing once or twice.
     
  16. bennysbuddy

    bennysbuddy the sultan of swing

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    those are some awesome worm flys dude,LONG LIVE THE WORM
     
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    If you can understand using beads it isn't a far stretch to accept gummies. Get off your horse and join the rest of us in the gutter.

    I've tossed spoons with a 9140 so I would think hucking gummies wouldn't be to tough.
     
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    Maybe the Sedro Woolley Master will show me the ways one of these days.
     
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    Shit !! I put spinner blades on my Bass patterns !! Just do it !!!!
     
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