Flies for OS

Discussion in 'Steelhead' started by Salmo_g, Jan 17, 2013.

  1. miyawaki

    miyawaki Active Member

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    April 6 eh? I think I'll swing a hookless Miyawaki Beach Popper and see if I can raise some dollies.

    Leland.
     
  2. Jamie Wilson

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    My bet IS you'll raise some dollies. I've done it - but not with a beach popper. Should work!!
    They will get airborne on the strike
    Where will you be pretend fishing??
     
  3. rmflyrods

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    I've been using Paper clips as shanks for some of my winter flies for a couple/few of seasons now. They work great.
     
  4. golfman65

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    I know this will sound really bad...but part of me actually wants to sneak off to some prime water and skate a hookless fly over it and see what I can rise....I have to keep telling myself NO...protest in large groups...be as visible as possible or it's a wasted effort..
     
  5. Big E

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    Jawbreaker sized clipped hook globugs?

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  6. miyawaki

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  7. Big E

    Big E Active Member

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    Need I say more...

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    (not my fish or photo)
     
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