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Re: Humpinator reciepy

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Seems like I/we used the perfect secret fly.

Click

Posted on: 2007/8/3 11:28
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Re: Humpinator reciepy

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It's about coming in and making a scene, followed immediately by essentially saying "nothing to see here, move along".

So... Nothing to see here, move along.

Posted on: 2007/8/3 12:40


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I'd say your beef is with the guy who posted the video to YouTube. Who was that? The whole thing started with someone asking about a recipe they saw "advertised" there. If you want this to truly end, you should contact the guy who posted the videos (five in all) and have them taken down.

For my part all my comments have been tongue in cheek, and I said so earlier. We can delete the thread if you want, but the issue will pop up again here or on another board so long as the "secret" is so open.

Posted on: 2007/8/3 18:25
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Well, this discussion has made it Fly Anglers Online:
Linky

Posted on: 2007/8/5 19:53


Re: Humpinator reciepy

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Fisherboy86 wrote:
Photos of this fly will not be shown.

And people who have it all agreed to keep it secret.

It really does work THAT well.


Mike


MWAHAHAHAHAHA! Seriously, though Mike, although I mighta been ridin' yer ass a bit on this thread, I think your friend Dave might need a kick in the nuts, cuz he just sold ya' out.

Boyer

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Posted on: 2007/8/6 7:08


Re: Humpinator reciepy

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Oh this is TOO funny. I seem to remember something about "keep your friends close and your enemies closer"???

I wonder how long before they appear on Ebay at $3 a dozen with free shipping....

Posted on: 2007/8/6 9:44
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Re: Humpinator reciepy

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Hey Jack, that look slike a good one for the Yough...Its also what I'm sure everyone envisioned it to look like.

Posted on: 2007/8/6 9:44


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I knew there was a weak link! I gotta be honest, it is even less a unique fly than I imagined. Other than a few strands of deer hair pulled over the back, it is a stimulator. A very effective fly in its own right, but hardly a secret, nor magical.

Posted on: 2007/8/6 10:08
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I knew there was a weak link! I gotta be honest, it is even less a unique fly than I imagined. Other than a few strands of deer hair pulled over the back, it is a stimulator. A very effective fly in its own right, but hardly a secret, nor magical.


And you were expecting?...

I kind of like the one variant with a little color in the wing. I don't know how much of a difference it would make to the fish, but it looks nice.

All in all, I hope this article is NOT the humpinator. I feel bad for the creator to have his secret fly all over the internet like that. And it's kind of a let down to have this silliness be over.

Posted on: 2007/8/6 12:02
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Re: Humpinator reciepy

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Padraic wrote:
And it's kind of a let down to have this silliness be over.


You can always take solace in the fact that the wild mountain cougar is still at large

Hey, maybe I am seeing the fun in this 'secret pattern' B.S!

Posted on: 2007/8/6 12:39


Re: Humpinator reciepy

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Jay, DO NOT tell anyone about my double-secret-handshake, Little -Orphan-Annie decoder ring, sun-explosion-preventing, cancer-curing, clicking Ian's Al's Spent-Antron-Wing Trico.

Posted on: 2007/8/6 20:13
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Re: Humpinator reciepy

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Man.

I started out raging against the secret patterns.

and now I know TWO of them.

clique clique!

Posted on: 2007/8/6 23:00


Re: Humpinator reciepy

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All you naysayers, prepare to eat your words. Yesterday I absolutely HAMMERED the fish with my humpuwhatever, and I have a picture to prove it.

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Posted on: 2007/8/9 12:04


Re: Humpinator reciepy

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...never said that it wouldn't catch fish....in fact reading through the posts, i don't think anyone said it either.

Posted on: 2007/8/9 12:27
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Re: Humpinator reciepy

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Darn it Ian, you forgot to use the sarcasm font again....

Posted on: 2007/8/9 13:05



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