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    first tie on the new shank


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    1. Jergens

      AKA Joe Willauer
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      Registered: August 2004
      Location: Twin Bridges, MT
      Posts: 2,141
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      Date: 1-15-09
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  1. Grayone

    Fishin' to the end, Oc.P
    What is the new shank.......A bass-o-matic spinner blade shank?????? Also....nice work
    #1 1-15-09 10:47pm

    Jergens

    AKA Joe Willauer
    yes!
    #2 1-15-09 11:06pm

    weekend warrior
    Thats a Willo tie fo sho. Keep tying them bad boys for me too for the OP.
    #3 1-15-09 11:09pm

    Jeremy Floyd

    fly fishing my way through life
    I love those long skinny feathers like on my Roaches man. That is a sick fly!
    #4 1-15-09 11:16pm

    Unregistered
    That's a great looking fly, man! Love the red grizzly hackles!
    #5 1-15-09 11:28pm

    Crump
    yeah, I am all about the spinner shanks. For the price of two packs of waddingtons you can get spool of wire and the tool to make the shanks, once you get the hang of it they go together pretty fast.
    #6 1-16-09 12:48am

    Jergens

    AKA Joe Willauer
    thanks guys, i agree crump, much better, i dig that you can make huge ones as well.
    Dave: this fly is inspired by the one you got this fish with http://www.washingtonflyfishing.com/gallery/showphoto.php?photo=11407&ppuser=2135 you sure picked my pocket bad on that one.
    #7 1-16-09 1:09am

    mike doughty

    Honorary Member
    mmmm, mmmm, mmmm!
    #8 1-16-09 1:42am

    rick matney
    Rick likes! Too small but I am sure that can be fixed.
    #9 1-16-09 2:16am

    WaFlyCaster

    Tricoptera
    The spinner bait wire is the way to go!
    #10 1-16-09 4:15pm

    Denny
    Wow! Beauty! That dog will hunt . . .
    #11 1-16-09 6:21pm

    Stonefish

    Triploid and Humpy Hater
    Nice tie Joe.
    You've got me thinking. I've got some old spinner shafts lying around the garage.
    Just curious, what gauge of wire are you using to make the shanks?
    #12 1-16-09 11:14pm

    Mark Ritari

    Trouthunter
    gotta get dem cotter pins.
    #13 1-16-09 11:19pm

    Big Tuna

    Member
    Joe- Great tie. Where did you get those spinner shanks? I've been using Waddingtons and I like the prospect of a cheaper alternative. BTW- got those flies in the mail today. Thanks a bunch. Get'n me fired up for the OP.
    #14 1-17-09 1:35am

    Grayone

    Fishin' to the end, Oc.P
    Dat is not a cotter............
    #15 1-17-09 1:49am




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