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    1. chadk

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      Date: 3-14-06
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    chadk

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    yarn + bead 'flies'. These are just some examples from my reserve stash - my 'good' ones are in my actual fly box in my garage. These are the large beads for salmonsteelheaddollies - especially with a little color to the water.
    #1 3-14-06 2:16pm

    mike doughty

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    Those will definately catch steel
    #2 3-14-06 2:16pm

    Jergens

    AKA Joe Willauer
    Corkie and yarn anyone?
    #3 3-14-06 6:45pm

    chadk

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    Well, I tried that, but the corkies kept floating on the top and adding a slinky or pencil lead was too hard to cast. On the plus side, I found the shrimp smelley jelly worked really well as reel lube (but not so well on the marabou feathers).


    Hey, 1 million drift fisherman can't be wrong Wink
    #4 3-14-06 7:13pm

    Jergens

    AKA Joe Willauer
    yeah, i dont know anyone who would grease a yarn bug Wink
    #5 3-14-06 9:46pm

    troutingham
    nice...I'm getting hungry
    #6 3-15-06 8:15am

    WaFlyCaster

    Tricoptera
    trial and error is where its at... i get way more of a rush catching a fish on a fly that i made myself and wasnt a "tried and true" pattern which everyone knows about. Innovation is where its at... way to go... i agree those will work just fine!
    #7 3-15-06 8:19pm


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