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    1. Chris Scoones

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      Registered: January 2000
      Location: North Bend
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      Date: 4-3-07
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    Chris Scoones
    Needs a stinger.
    #1 4-3-07 5:41pm

    mike doughty

    Honorary Member
    that's a beaut!
    #2 4-3-07 6:05pm

    Nick Riggs

    I've been known to fish from time to time...
    Absolutely awesome
    #3 4-3-07 8:43pm

    Big Tuna

    great looking tie...i think you inherited your streamer tying skills from your daughter...or is it the other way around?
    #4 4-3-07 8:57pm

    #5 4-3-07 11:26pm


    Tropical member
    It's another good heavy stuff that require helmet : )
    #6 4-4-07 12:27am

    Clint F

    Fly Fishing Youth
    I would pay for a few!
    #7 4-4-07 12:41am

    Go to your local craft/beading store - pick up a couple spools of "Beadalon - Nylon coated stainless steel wire"(JW02B-0) 3.49 for 30 feet. 7 strand 15# breaking strength seems to be the ticket to thread through hook eyes. If you compare the wire to the American Fishing Wire "surlon" I don't think you will notice a difference, and it costs 1/3rd the price...

    It makes your stinger hooks stay in place as far back behind the hook as you want.

    Sweet fly by the way.
    #8 4-4-07 2:40pm

    Chris Scoones
    Instead of 30lb fireline Crump?
    #9 4-4-07 5:04pm

    Yeah, you will see what I mean when you put it together, it makes the hook always ride behind the fly instead of moving around with the current, potentially missing strikes. Rig the wire the same way you do with the fireline and you are set.
    #10 4-4-07 6:05pm


    Recreational User
    The #30 fireline will get floppy after awhile, as the coating comes off. I use #25 amnesia and have had good results.

    Crump- You ever have a problem with the 7strand wire kinking and breaking?
    #11 4-4-07 6:28pm

    Charlie Erdman

    In search of steel
    sweet fly. are the long red strands bucktail?
    #12 4-5-07 7:11pm

    Chris Scoones
    Charlie, you are correct.
    #13 4-5-07 10:04pm

    Dan Soltau
    that is a fresh fly, leave it how it is, screw stingers! I use 20 lb maxima to connect my hooks on articulated jobs with beads over it to keep it strait, works very well although I might go to wire...
    Bucktail is under appreciated, one of my favorite streamers are the blonde series that are just bucktails. Super light, awesome darting action, 1 material, and when fished on a sinking line, insane.
    #14 4-6-07 4:00pm


    "Tight Lines"
    Where do you get those cone heads with the eyes in them? I have looked all over online. huwafish@hotmail.com
    #15 10-3-07 10:40pm

    Tie that as a tube, Shock and Awe style, no stinger required!

    Beautiful fly, Chris.
    #16 1-25-08 8:28am

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