What is your favorite historic Sea-Run Cutthroat Fly?

Discussion in 'Saltwater' started by Steve Rohrbach, Dec 21, 2011.

  1. Dale Dennis

    Dale Dennis Formally Double-D

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    Steve,
    Those are some very fishy looking flies I feel your enthusiasm.
     
  2. Steve Knapp

    Steve Knapp Beach Bum

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    Thanks guys, Theres nothing better than having new tying ideas popping off in your head, other than actually fishing them successfully. The more classic patterns I work on, the better my tying will get. I need to move into the Haig-Brown world of tying, but am a little intimidated.

    See you guys at Steve's house in February.
     
  3. jimmyz

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    my favorite sea run cutthroat fly is a reverse spider green. I have caught some large sea runs at agate pass using this pattern the fly has great action in the water
     

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