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Re: New Flies just off the vise

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I always wrap my hooks with lead right up to the point. Never lost one yet.

Posted on: 2011/7/18 15:40
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Re: New Flies just off the vise

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Re: New Flies just off the vise

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Tubing is for bike tires! Real flies have wings.

Posted on: 2011/7/18 15:41
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Re: New Flies just off the vise

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Steelies don't require wings unless you're in BC skating flies for them. BC, Erie.... same thing.

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Re: New Flies just off the vise

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Steelhead will eat your car keys if you put them in front of their nose...and they're in the right mood.


Posted on: 2011/7/18 15:58


Re: New Flies just off the vise

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by krayfish on 2011/7/18 15:42:55
Steelies don't require wings unless you're in BC skating flies for them.


explain?

Posted on: 2011/7/18 16:08


Re: New Flies just off the vise

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by krayfish on 2011/7/18 15:42:55
Steelies don't require wings unless you're in BC skating flies for them.


explain?


He was just being a jerk.

Posted on: 2011/7/18 16:23


Re: New Flies just off the vise

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West Coast = runs of big wild fish during the late summer... skating flies works for them.

Erie = combat fishing with things that sparkle.

That's all I was saying and Jimmy is right... I'm a jerk

Posted on: 2011/7/18 16:26
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Re: New Flies just off the vise

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West Coast = runs of big wild fish during the late summer... skating flies works for them.

Erie = combat fishing with things that sparkle.

That's all I was saying and Jimmy is right... I'm a jerk


Not just a jerk the whole jerkstore!

Posted on: 2011/7/18 16:28


Re: New Flies just off the vise

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Hey Jimmy, the jerk store called.... they were out of you!

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Posted on: 2011/7/18 16:31


Re: New Flies just off the vise

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Guys, stay on topic.

Why does it seem like every thing Leteras ties is the same thing over and over again in different colors? Is that the Steelhead way?

I don't get it.

Posted on: 2011/7/18 16:38


Re: New Flies just off the vise

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He has 3 materials and is trying to sell them.

I also agree, going way too far down on the bend of the hook.

When I started tying, I did that to all my flies. Especially the nymphs.

Posted on: 2011/7/18 16:43
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Re: New Flies just off the vise

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SNAGGING HOOK :}nah
short shank,wide gap,heavy wire-

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Re: New Flies just off the vise

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When I said I never lost a fish I meant due to tying them with the bend like that. I have lost fish but not due to tying them that way. Plus controlling a steelhead is easy. You point your rod towards the current causing the fish to fight the current and your rod. If the fish turns and runs at you point it the other way toward the bank. Most of the time steelhead will almost beach themselves doing this.

Posted on: 2011/7/19 0:21
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Re: New Flies just off the vise

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By the way ramcatt try reading the regulation book you get with your license. You are aloud to fish in the lake at trout run. But guys like you that can't read have to rely on pictures only. Too bad PA dosen't make a pop up regulations book with big bright pictures for you.

Posted on: 2011/7/19 0:27
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