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Re: Muskie Flies

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I actually heard reports of drums and an odd chicken blood smell on South 2nd Street saturday......to bad I was hanging a door on my house

Posted on: 2013/3/24 20:50


Re: Muskie Flies

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Hahaha! Yeager we had the musky mojo going Saturday. We knocked some of the dirtiest, greasiest flys. Real gamers!

Posted on: 2013/3/24 21:30
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Re: Muskie Flies

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Now that's pretty cool TD. Looks like a fun day there.

How many deer were harmed in the making of that first pic?

Posted on: 2013/3/24 22:54


Re: Muskie Flies

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I think there was as much bucktail scraps on the floor as there was on some of our flies!

Posted on: 2013/3/25 7:31


Re: Muskie Flies

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Ha Jay I would say that equates to approximately the death of 6 deer. They died for a good cause though : )

Posted on: 2013/3/25 8:45


Re: Muskie Flies

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I've really learned a lot browsing through all the info provided on the forum over the past few months about predator fishing and tying muskie flies. I have tied up a few predator leaders with wire bite guards. My big streamer box is half full of predator flies. Now I have to figure out the hardest part. How do I actually tie into one of these beasts with fly gear? This is a totally new ball game for me ......... but I am really looking forward to challenge. Thanks guys, for all of the valuable information.

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Posted on: 2013/3/29 13:27


Re: Muskie Flies

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good stuff dc...i like the color combos on the bottom right.

Posted on: 2013/3/29 17:25


Re: Muskie Flies

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Sage just lanched a new rod for pike and musky and here is a link if your interested .


http://www.sageflyfish.com/fly-rods/specialty/pike-musky/

Posted on: 2013/4/5 1:51
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Re: Muskie Flies

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At least there gettin the hint longer is better when it comes to figure 8 & boat side work. The price is resonable too. It will be hard to beat the blue water in my opinion.

Posted on: 2013/4/5 18:13
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chicken blood in the air, put it back
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Re: Muskie Flies

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Ive been messing around with The "T Bone" style heads. Big time water pushers.
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Posted on: 2013/4/9 23:44
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chicken blood in the air, put it back
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then it can only be conjured with the
same.”



Re: Muskie Flies

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nice T-bone, are you using CCG expando Tude or Blaine Tubing?
are you using the a shank or double hook set up?

I have used CCG Expando, Deer Creek Jumbo Tube and Blaines. His seem hard to work with but it says ridged.

Posted on: 2013/4/10 12:30


Re: Muskie Flies

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Ones I have tried

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Posted on: 2013/4/10 12:36


Re: Muskie Flies

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Have you guys tried the Misfit predator disks?

Misfit predator disks

I think they might work nice with a dubbing brush collar in front with some flashy material mixed in.

I might get a pack or two when I order more holo-heads.

Posted on: 2013/4/10 19:58
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uhh...nevermind


Re: Muskie Flies

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Any trick to getting the reverse tied bucktail to lay more flat after it's tied down. Tried one fly not too long ago and my hair was much more splayed out than most of the flies on here. The more thread wraps and tension I put on it, the more it flared.


Any preference for wire to join hooks in a double or tripple? Something I can just pick up at Home Depot?

Posted on: 2013/4/11 15:26
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Re: Muskie Flies

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for the articulation get Beadalon wire at a craft store. I use 19 strand.

Posted on: 2013/4/11 15:31
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uhh...nevermind



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