Swap Micro Leech Swap

Irafly

Indi "Ira" Jones
#1
All leeches must be size 12 or smaller and should not be longer than an inch in length.

I've been fishing micro leeches like crazy in lakes and they far out produce just about anything I use. I tend to use scud or jig hooks with tungsten beads and hang them under indicators and my patterns will match that theme, but your welcome to tie whatever.

Number of tiers and flies depends on the interest as does the due date (micro leeches work year long).
Otherwise all other rules apply, although to be honest I don't need you to toe tag your flies, we can all check the swap photos to find out who tied what.

1. McNasty
2. Steeli Done
3. Matt Baerwalde Done
4. Chad Lewis Done
5. KevinLS Done
6. Gary Knowles Done
7. troutpocket Done
8. Nick Clayton Done
9. fly punk Done
10. Irafly (almost forgot to add my own name!) Done
11. Wayne Kohan Done
12. Ron McNeal Done
 

McNasty

Canyon Lurker
#2
any idea on a due date? this sounds really fun, micro leeches under indicators have become huge for me this year already and become one of my favorite ways to fish stillwater. in fact your jig leeches from the winter swap were the ones that started it all for me. count me in, just need to order some things in the next few days.
 

steeli

Active Member
#4
Count me in if due around the end of July. These are pretty quick to tie so number due doesn't matter that much to me. I don't focus and fish these often but always looking to improve my arsenal.
Got everything to tie, maybe some more scud hooks...haven't used jig heads but will see if the local fly shop has some.
 

McNasty

Canyon Lurker
#12
gonna be a good one. i got some jig hooks and slotted tungstens on the way. thinkin a green micro leech with small rabbit strip tail. will have to do some experimenting when they get here to see what i wanna do.
 

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