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Squirmy wormy material at Walmart #12677488
03/18/18 12:02 AM
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Found this at Walmart on Bellaire and Grandparkway 99. The tentacles on these make great bluegill flies.

Re: Squirmy wormy material at Walmart [Re: fishr3] #12720216
04/17/18 05:45 PM
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I've been tying these for several years, usually as beadhead soft hackles

they aren't just bluegill flies...I've taken trout(mn, wi, co), turtles, gar, lmb, crappie, carp and, of course, bluegills

while you are there look in their craft section for silicone cord...I use it for patterns similar to the wiglers and as mouse tails

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