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Re: Whats your favorite Crayfish patern

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You never crushed any BASS who you kidding Chairforce . Were are those bonefish pics at ?

Posted on: 2010/1/14 18:39
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Re: Whats your favorite Crayfish patern

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I have to agree with the clouser pattern. I have had good luck with small mouth on the susky. They are the best looking pattern that I have come across.

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Re: Whats your favorite Crayfish patern

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hbgfsh...........whoot.........there it is!!!!!!

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Re: Whats your favorite Crayfish patern

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Its a nice pattern but it has little movement

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Re: Whats your favorite Crayfish patern

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frederick..........you know how when you startle a crayfish they scoot away from you in that jerky scoot , that motion is best imitated with the buggers and those type flies , but when they get to the end of the scoot , they kind of hang there a few seconds , thats the time for the clouser , you just have to figure out what stage of the scoot they are lookin for , but you will , that's what makes it so much FUN.

Posted on: 2010/1/18 7:13


Re: Whats your favorite Crayfish patern

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sorry the pic isnt so swell but heres the recipe
large lead dumbell eyes
sparse bucktail brownish red
rusty cactus chenille underbody
20 lb clear mono rib
pheasant tail fibers shellback
and pheasant flank feathers for the claws and mustad sz 4 79580 hook

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Re: Whats your favorite Crayfish patern

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nice lookin craw daddy there flipin.

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Re: Whats your favorite Crayfish patern

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I've done a ton of stream fishing with bait back in the day. I'd say smallies prefered clawless crayfish 2 to 1 most days... yet I tie all my streamers with bigger than average tails. Go figure.

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Re: Whats your favorite Crayfish patern

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i would say the same bam from my expirences and thx sandfly its a really easy pattern to tie

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flip- you get my vote for a nice tie there man.

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Re: Whats your favorite Crayfish patern

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I tied up that Full motion crawfish last night it looks like it going to be a smallie killer . Its also alot easier to tie up than the clouser also .

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Re: Whats your favorite Crayfish patern

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Well Fred lets see it. Recipe too unless you're looking to patent it.

My favorite it is a version of the clouser, weighted with rabbit strips for the claws. It does have good motions with the RS claws.

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Re: Whats your favorite Crayfish patern

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Re: Whats your favorite Crayfish patern

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I was thinking about trying an articulated crayfish, but side to side isn't typical.

How could you get it to move up and down and under?
Multiply articulations or 3 or four part?

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