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Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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jay348 wrote:

1. jay348
2. marcq
3. GRP
4. Fred
5. Sniper
6. PhilC
7. ebroesicke
8. wetflyguy



Damn sorry wetfly! I even sent you a PM haha...fixed now.

I just missed you on my list in the post, so I think the number of flies is still correct for 8 tiers.


Posted on: 2012/8/14 14:14


Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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Think I'll do a crease fly and maybe an eel punt.

Posted on: 2012/8/14 17:20
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Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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...and maybe an eel punt.


Had to look that one up...I like.

Posted on: 2012/8/14 22:21


Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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Here the peanut that I tie. Just bucktail and some flash. I might put clear cure goo on the head to make it last alittle longer. Haven't figured out my second pattern yet. Might do asaddle sand eel or epoxy.
http://i714.photobucket.com/albums/ww ... 3109-000002E13A334ED5.jpg

Posted on: 2012/8/15 10:53


Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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Hey, I finished my Surf Candies...trying to decide what to tie next

Can people post up their patterns (or at least the ones you know you're tying)...so we can figure out what to tie and not duplicate?

Posted on: 2012/8/17 12:55


Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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Good call Phil...I'll go back through the posts and add known patterns to the swap list. I'll update it as patterns are posted.


Posted on: 2012/8/17 14:21


Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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First fly is going to be Beast master general

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Posted on: 2012/8/17 15:06
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Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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crab flies, shrimp, worm flies philc...

Posted on: 2012/8/17 16:23
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Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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This is what I was thinking for my second pattern. It's an adult sand eel. It about 4 1/2 to 5 inches. About the same size as the big sandies you find on island beach.

http://i714.photobucket.com/albums/ww ... -922-0000008A4AD1F2E1.jpg

Alittle motivation
http://i714.photobucket.com/albums/ww149/marcQ2/1322437720.jpg
Already itching to get out there this fall.

Posted on: 2012/8/17 23:45


Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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So i tried to update the list with known patterns:

1. jay348 - silicone mullet (yellow/white), 2nd pattern tbd
2. marcq - peanut bunker and adult sand eel
3. GRP - mushmouth and hollow fleye
4. Fred - Gartside BMG
5. Sniper - clouser derivative and a beach comber
6. PhilC - surf candy
7. ebroesicke - crease fly and (maybe) an eel punt.
8. wetflyguy - sand eel

I'm sure this will change somewhat; but for now, it should help out in chosing patterns.

Posted on: 2012/8/19 21:39


Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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Eel punts almost done, so that went from maybe to definitely. Not liking how my crease flys are looking. tried to get fancy and do sili-skin over gold leaf. The effect is awesome, but it looks a little sloppy. Do people care about that? I hate to send out crappy product when I know what I get back will be well tied flies. Have to think about it and maybe start over on the crease flies....

Posted on: 2012/8/19 22:29
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Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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ebro,
if the flies catch fish I could care less what they look like out of the water.

Posted on: 2012/8/20 9:11


Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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If we do two, I'll be going with a mushmouth and...


G, did you have a size/color in mind for your mushys?

I wanted to do something similar, but my only color option is tan/white over white though...thinking anchovie size. Would this be redundant?




Posted on: 2012/8/26 22:22


Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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G, did you have a size/color in mind for your mushys?

I wanted to do something similar, but my only color option is tan/white over white though...thinking anchovie size. Would this be redundant?





I'm tying them in chartruese over white in a size 2/0. I think having two different colors will be ok.

Posted on: 2012/8/27 8:51


Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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GRP wrote:

I'm tying them in chartruese over white in a size 2/0. I think having two different colors will be ok.


Cool, they should look totally different.

I've been tying a bunch of smaller stuff lately in hopes that I might someday encounter an albie from shore...wishful thinking? (Probably)


Posted on: 2012/8/27 15:29



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