Sea-run Cutthroat Flatwing Attractor


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    Sea-run Cutthroat Flatwing Attractor

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    Sea-run Cutthroat Flatwing Attractor

    Yellow grizzly, dark red & black, 6 feather flatwing, about 4 inches for targetting the big cutts

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    1. Thomas Mitchell

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      Registered: July 2008
      Location: Western, WA
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      Date: 3-19-09
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    very nice!
    #1 3-19-09 4:29am

    Peter Pancho
    nice fly. Seeing that this is a tube fly, how is it fished? Does it spin in the water, or does the fly somehow "always" stay upright?

    Do shock and awes always stay upright or spin every now and then?

    #2 3-20-09 6:05pm

    Thomas Mitchell
    Junction tubing holds the hook in the same orientation as a standard fly so there is no spinning. The flat orientation of tail and wing feathers also lend some stability.

    Never used a S&A, it's not a flatwing so apple vs oranges.
    #3 3-20-09 7:20pm

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