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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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Re: A few Flies for the salt [Re: gar1970] #13252754 08/19/19 03:56 PM
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Hadn't seen everyone's responses not sure how I missed it. Spoons were done with stickers from Sightcast fishing and UV glue coated over on top with Sally Hansen's. The collars on the redfish crack flies were made from brush from Sightcast. Sightcast is a Texas business so I went with them. Gonna have to check out Fly Tyer's dungeon if the have salt water stuff.

Re: A few Flies for the salt [Re: Bones72] #13253259 08/19/19 11:56 PM
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Fly tyers dungeon has a product very similar to EP fibers that is much cheaper and works just a well. They have a library of tying videos using their products. Lots of salt water stuff.


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Re: A few Flies for the salt [Re: Bones72] #13253657 08/20/19 12:47 PM
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Yep checked the website out yesterday. They have some pretty neat stuff. Really want to source some super fine rubber legs for a sandflea/mole crab pattern; say half to a quarter of the size of spanaflex. The mini bug legs they offer may do the trick.
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