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    1. chattmr

      has never caught a steelhead... (its sad, I know)
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      Location: Birmingham, AL
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  1. mike doughty

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    those look sweet!
    #1 12-23-08 3:49am

    cabezon

    Sculpin Enterprises
    They look a bit like Dave Whitlock's sheep shad, but without the slight bend near the eye. Are you sure that your flies will ride hook point up???


    I'm sure the stripers will love em.


    Steve
    #2 12-23-08 3:55am

    chattmr

    has never caught a steelhead... (its sad, I know)
    I haven't fished these yet, so I don't know how they will ride, but some of those eyes are weighted, so it ought to turn the point up. But, I will fish these in a current, so they will dead-drift just as much as they are stripped, so it may not matter...
    #3 12-23-08 4:04am

    mjl
    Those look real nice. One suggestion - if you find the fly materials wrapping around the hook during use, use some epoxy to build a head up to the eye or so. That can help.
    #4 12-23-08 7:32am

    triploidjunkie
    just what do you fly-fish for in alabama? I guess largemouth?
    #5 4-21-10 5:55am

    chattmr

    has never caught a steelhead... (its sad, I know)
    Lots more than just largemouth. Check my gallery and Yuhina's gallery. Alabama is one of the most biodiverse fisheries in the country...
    #6 4-21-10 4:37pm




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