Some SW flies I've been playing around with at the vise...

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  1. Alexander

    Alexander Fishon

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    Some fry patterns, and some shrimp patterns. The patterns with the orange marabou tail are called Piconi's Prowler, my brother told me about them. It's mainly a bonefish fly or a surf fly, but I've wondered if they'd work out here for SRC or Salmon. I just got some UV Epoxy from Henry (Silvercreek) and could not wait to try it out! :D

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  2. Eyejuggler

    Eyejuggler Beech Nut

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    Very busy guy! Nice collection, those are totally going to rock. I am very fond of image number 2, some great looking Salt flies!
     
  3. Bagman

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    Nice job on those like to hear a report on how they work. As Eyejuggler stated pix #2 looks like some that should work nicely for Sea Runs. Those cone/bead head Chum Baby's look killer.
     
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    Wow those look awesome!!
     
  5. Dipnet

    Dipnet The wanted posters say Tim Hartman

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    Sweet lookin' flies! Those Prowlers look like a variation on a Gotcha. I'd love to hear how they work for ya!
     

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