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The Eat Me Fly

2010/2/4 23:02
Posts: 3
Hey guys,

This is a link to very detailed directions on how to tie the Eat Me. This is my go to fly for most of the saltwater fly fishing I do down in Florida where I am from. I tie them in olive (as shown) for snook and tarpon on the beach, as well as in blue and yellow for offshore. I think they will make a great pattern for Bluefish and Strippers. Iv even heard of people tying up small ones and catching trout in lakes with them. Regardless, it is one of my favorite flies and its not that tough to tie once you get the hang of it. They work great and are incredibly durable. Let me know what you think!

Tight lines,

Posted on: 2010/8/30 21:26

Re: The Eat Me Fly

2010/7/4 19:28
From cambria county
Posts: 129
great looking fly!!! i like the tapered body.

Posted on: 2010/8/30 21:36

Re: The Eat Me Fly

2010/8/29 6:58
Posts: 0
That's a great looking fly. I don't fish streamers too often, but I think I'm going to tie up a few in smaller sizes to have on hand next time I do want to fish a streamer.


Posted on: 2010/8/31 17:56
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