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    ran out of 30lb fireline, so time to get rid of some dacron



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    1. k2flyfisher

      its taco time. wheres the sauce?
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    Jason Baker
    Cool looking flies!
    #1 12-15-06 9:32pm

    Zen Piscator

    Supporting wild steelhead, gravel to gravel.
    bead shitting leaches? sick ties.
    #2 12-15-06 9:43pm

    greyghost
    Moal-a-roids catch some serious fish.


    Pete
    #3 12-15-06 10:05pm

    mike doughty

    Honorary Member
    oooooh! those are sexy
    #4 12-15-06 10:50pm

    Steelie Mike
    Brian, bring those to the Metolius!
    #5 12-16-06 12:34am

    k2flyfisher

    its taco time. wheres the sauce?
    thanks guys...cuzin Mike, that is my precise and comricated pran (road trip!) hey Pete- saw a pic of a total TOAD around say, march 20? re-damn-diculous...been playing around with that drop shot thin wire gami on the grey one- sticky icky hook...
    #6 12-16-06 6:50am

    chadk

    Be the guide...
    6 inchers? Where are the big ones??
    #7 12-16-06 7:21pm

    greyghost
    Right on K2..... Crump forward you that pic? You're in PDX right? If so, hit me up and we'll hit some coastal water in the next couple of months.


    Pete
    #8 1-3-07 5:26am

    Jeremy Floyd

    fly fishing my way through life
    I like to run the bead a bit farther in front of the hook so that the bead doesn't foul in the corner of the jaw and cause the hook to miss altogether. Also so the flat part of the hook doesn't press against the bead and hold the hook at a funny angle when it has tension from the water pushing against the bead (this closes the hook gap between the bead and the point). Good looking ties anyway though! Is there a hook up front too? My personal experience is that the bull/dolly hits the head more often than short strike on the long streamers.
    #9 5-18-08 6:34pm

    k2flyfisher

    its taco time. wheres the sauce?
    i leave most of the hooks on the front unless regs require otherwise, also for bass, pike, etc. my more recent ties have either smaller beads or larger hooks, still with an upeye and slight offset- it seems to find the corner better, maybe because it spins on the take.
    #10 6-16-08 10:31pm


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