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Re: Muskie Flies

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I'm going to give the tandem popper a shot one of these nights. One other thing I haven't seen much is a foam slider pattern. I will be experimenting with one soon. I have an idea not sure if it will work though. Well see. Another thought One thing I've noticed about the Europeans is they love the artificial materials. That and big tube flies, along with what you said about their popper styles. I would love to go chase those big European pike in the canals they have across the pond. Small water..big pike would be epic.

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Re: Muskie Flies

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This fly will work on PA toothies for sure. There will be a couple in my locker this yr.

Posted on: 3/27 17:40
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Re: Muskie Flies

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That video gave me chills....I'm going crazy right now not being able to get out. I love that color combo of fire orange and black, I've heard some gear guys talk about that being a favorite combo.

Here are a couple from last night. Ones a ghetto tramp, mostly synthetics, love the bass skirt in that pattern. The other is a hybrid with synthetics and nautrals in a double Hangtime. SF blend in the tail and craft fur head (reverse tied).

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Re: Muskie Flies

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Here's one fresh off the vise.

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Paco you like

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Re: Muskie Flies

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Some flies I tied at Jim's Sport Center tying round table. They do this every year. It always has great bunch of guys tying all kinds of stuff

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Re: Muskie Flies

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Some flies I tied at Jim's Sport Center tying round table. They do this every year. It always has great bunch of guys tying all kinds of stuff


Wow nice flies! What kind of stretch tubing cord do you use for the head on "T-bone" style flies? I tried tying a couple but the stretch tubing I used didn't quite work the way I wanted.

Posted on: 3/31 12:27


Re: Muskie Flies

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The sz in the ball park. The thing I worry about is bite pressure. I've seen studies that recorded musky bite force over 200 pounds per square inch. I've tryed taxidermy foam before ya have to epoxy it to get the rigidly ya need. Balsa is ok takes alotta time to shape paint and epoxy the head. And there's zero margin for error. I guess for me it's easy to use the wapsi block and cylinders for topwater. Ya get teeth marks in them. And there is to replace is it bothers ya.

Nice tyes guys.

Posted on: 3/31 14:39
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Re: Muskie Flies

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Beelsteel89, Tie em tube is sold by new angle fishing company(Blane Chocklett). The problem with goo brand and other flex tubing it is not rigid. Fun stuff to work with.

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The hair was flying at the PA Flyfishing Museum Open House. I tied there Friday and Saturday. If you guys have not seen the museum you should check it out, very cool.
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Posted on: 4/6 19:10


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The hair was flying at the PA Flyfishing Museum Open House. I tied there Friday and Saturday. If you guys have not seen the museum you should check it out, very cool.


Sorry I missed the show - really wanted to watch you tie.

Posted on: 4/6 21:49


Re: Muskie Flies

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Here are a couple recents..

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Re: Muskie Flies

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Always cool to see the new flies on here! Good stuff by td, crawdad, and the others.

Same idea here, but with 3 small shanks to extend the body.

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Re: Muskie Flies

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I am digging that Jay! Gonna have to steal that color combo.

Posted on: 4/10 11:30
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don’t hear drums and can’t smell
chicken blood in the air, put it back
in the box, for if it is evil you seek,
then it can only be conjured with the
same.”



Re: Muskie Flies

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This ones a single tied on a B10s 2/0. At about 7 inches, its a little smaller than some of the stuff you guys are tying. I'm thinking it should be a good big smallmouth fly but still able to drum up some interest from the occasional musky.

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