Flies for Largemouth Bass

#1
I'm here in Anacortes. Just placed an order for a float tube, pump and waders. I've been ripping LMB lips my entire life but never like this. So...for now, during the summer before trout at Pass....learning how to use a float tube... Heart Lake, Whistle Lake and Little Cranberry seems to be an option. I picture myself in my new waders, new tube, #5 sinking and floating line scaring some LMB (maybe 2 lbs.) So.... Poppers? Woolly buggers? Clousers? Closest tackle is Holiday in Burlington so I'm looking for websites and suggestions regarding flies of this nature. If I can learn to use a float tube and catch some small bass while learning stillwater fly fishing I would be a happy camper. Jim
 

Shawn West

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#2
I'm here in Anacortes. Just placed an order for a float tube, pump and waders. I've been ripping LMB lips my entire life but never like this. So...for now, during the summer before trout at Pass....learning how to use a float tube... Heart Lake, Whistle Lake and Little Cranberry seems to be an option. I picture myself in my new waders, new tube, #5 sinking and floating line scaring some LMB (maybe 2 lbs.) So.... Poppers? Woolly buggers? Clousers? Closest tackle is Holiday in Burlington so I'm looking for websites and suggestions regarding flies of this nature. If I can learn to use a float tube and catch some small bass while learning stillwater fly fishing I would be a happy camper. Jim
Check out John Rohmers site. He ties quality flies that fish well. I say this a lot, but you can rarely beat an Arizona Simiseal Leech. He also has some great baitfish patterns.

Here is his website:

http://www.azflyfishing.net/proshop/home.php

Hope this helps.

Regards

Shawn
 

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