Pattern Cajun Ticklers

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  1. Big E

    Big E Active Member

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    A group of cajun ticklers I tied up for a swap...

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  2. Alexander

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    Cool flies. Just an attractor? When do you fish them?
     
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    I'd like to be able to tie bodies like these. Cool looking!!
     
  4. Big E

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    It's just an overhand knot weave. You get pretty quick at it after a few dozen.

    Yep attractor...I haven't used it here yet but am going to give it a try soon. I've had luck with it on trout, bluegill and crappie in SD.
     
  5. stewart dee

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    Dirty - those things look like they bite.
     
  6. Bob Jones

    Bob Jones Still truckless now farther away

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    They're crawling out of the wood work must be an infestation. If they don't bite they sting. Lookin good!
     
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    How much will $5 get me? :)
     
  8. Upton O

    Upton O Blind hog fisherman

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    Beautiful, neat arrangement, I hadn't ever heard that term before. I understand it well, just hadn't heard it before. Have you ever seen a cajun gathering hornet larva for bream bait in the swamps of Louisiana? Entertaining to say the least.

    I just went back and looked at your photo again. It makes my skin crawl.