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A few Flies for the salt #13224579 07/24/19 08:52 PM
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Been tying these in hopes of getting to the coast [Linked Image]
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Re: A few Flies for the salt [Re: Bones72] #13224580 07/24/19 08:55 PM
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Re: A few Flies for the salt [Re: Bones72] #13224615 07/24/19 09:36 PM
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Some grass shrimp [Linked Image] These were some of the clousers I talked about in my first post to the board [Linked Image]

Re: A few Flies for the salt [Re: Bones72] #13224933 07/25/19 03:00 AM
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Nice flies! hooked




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Re: A few Flies for the salt [Re: Bones72] #13228216 07/29/19 02:29 AM
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Those look great. Looks like you are using some of the Fly Tyer's Dungeon Sand Crab dubbing. Great stuff at a great price.

Re: A few Flies for the salt [Re: Bones72] #13228612 07/29/19 02:29 PM
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I too am fan of fly tyers dungeon. I'm also very fond of the purple and chartreuse combination for redfish. I would sure like to know what you used to make the spoon flys. I've not yet got into making them. And those are surely some good lookin flys.

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Re: A few Flies for the salt [Re: Bones72] #13228928 07/29/19 06:29 PM
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I really like your grass shrimp! Are those spoons made from epoxy? Welcome to the tff welcome

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