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Re: Success with Toothy Critters 2019

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Finally put one in the boat yesterday. It's been since Labor Day last year since I landed one. This 42"er was the first fish on my buddy's new boat. Coincidentally, I christened his last boat with a 42" musky. Wish he would buy a new boat more often...



Nice what fly did you get it on ?



I was cheating and using live bait. Found a spot in Jersey that I could throw a cast net for juvenile snakeheads.


And here I was just telling some of my friends how well your presenation was, I mean I could just post a pic of your fly boxes I took from the meeting and you can pic the one out that assaulted the musky like in a police line up



HAHAHAHAHAHA- Good stuff man.

The fly is a happy little accident I made while trying to copy another pattern. It turned out nothing like what I was trying to copy but it has caught me a few muskies now. And smallies and a good walleye too. It's about 7" long and is mostly black bucktail, tied on a 3" shank with a few feathers for a tail. I'll post a pic when I get a chance. It's nothing special really and that's the good thing about muskies. I don't think they care so much what it looks like when they are hungry, they are going to eat whatever is in front of them.

Posted on: 4/25 13:54


Re: Success with Toothy Critters 2019

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You don't have to share the fly I have allot of my musky eater (aka snakehead) flies tucked away in a vault . Don't forget to hit me up for a trip also the guys want to have you back for some tying .




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Finally put one in the boat yesterday. It's been since Labor Day last year since I landed one. This 42"er was the first fish on my buddy's new boat. Coincidentally, I christened his last boat with a 42" musky. Wish he would buy a new boat more often...



Nice what fly did you get it on ?



I was cheating and using live bait. Found a spot in Jersey that I could throw a cast net for juvenile snakeheads.


And here I was just telling some of my friends how well your presenation was, I mean I could just post a pic of your fly boxes I took from the meeting and you can pic the one out that assaulted the musky like in a police line up



HAHAHAHAHAHA- Good stuff man.

The fly is a happy little accident I made while trying to copy another pattern. It turned out nothing like what I was trying to copy but it has caught me a few muskies now. And smallies and a good walleye too. It's about 7" long and is mostly black bucktail, tied on a 3" shank with a few feathers for a tail. I'll post a pic when I get a chance. It's nothing special really and that's the good thing about muskies. I don't think they care so much what it looks like when they are hungry, they are going to eat whatever is in front of them.

Posted on: 4/25 19:44
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Re: Success with Toothy Critters 2019

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Doubled up on Saturday.


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Posted on: 5/15 12:38


Re: Success with Toothy Critters 2019

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Nice work D-nymph. Were both on that slider pattern?

Posted on: 5/15 15:30


Re: Success with Toothy Critters 2019

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No, two different flies. Bigger fish on the slider, which is Dally's Tiny Dancer (Arkansas trout fly) that I upsized for pike/musky. This was it's first outing. Smaller fish was a walleye color Buford.

Posted on: 5/15 16:01


Re: Success with Toothy Critters 2019

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Been awhile since I was on this site. Was just starting to chase pike and musky back then. Still haven’t landed a ski but doing pretty decent on pike. Also started tying my own streamers.

Posted on: 5/24 6:49


Re: Success with Toothy Critters 2019

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Two nice pickerel from a tidal Potomac tributary yesterday. My first paddleboard outing of the year.

Fredrick, I had a shot at an enormous snakehead. Cast was a few inches behind the fish, I tried to quick drag the fly in front but I just hooked it in the top of the head The hook pulled after a few seconds. Honestly believe the fish was 36" or larger.

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Posted on: 6/17 11:59


Re: Success with Toothy Critters 2019

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Two nice pickerel from a tidal Potomac tributary yesterday. My first paddleboard outing of the year.

Fredrick, I had a shot at an enormous snakehead. Cast was a few inches behind the fish, I tried to quick drag the fly in front but I just hooked it in the top of the head The hook pulled after a few seconds. Honestly believe the fish was 36" or larger.


Nice toothy , that stinks those big ones don't come out of hiding often . I had two hookups on 10 pounders this year but bad hooksets cot me the fish .

Posted on: 6/17 12:35
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