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    today's offering, a takeoff on a Green Butt Skunk
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    You selling these?

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    No, just having fun tying. thanks for looking!

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    are you skating them with that style of head ?

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    Hey Steve, Never really thought of that when I tied it. Could riffle hitch it though, but most all of the materials are feathers versus hair. Only the top wind is hair and that's artic fox. Deer hair would make it buoyant, so maybe I will tie another and try deer. Thanks for the idea! It would be exciting to see a coho smack it on the surface for sure!

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    tie up some of those pink pollywogs !

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    I will never forget having caught some cohos fresh in from the salt on pollywogs. The water would begin to crown 5' behind the polly and then the mouth would slam it. Most often than not the its were short, but it was very exciting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by steelguy View Post
    I will never forget having caught some cohos fresh in from the salt on pollywogs. The water would begin to crown 5' behind the polly and then the mouth would slam it. Most often than not the its were short, but it was very exciting!
    You needed the TT version of the fly aka trailing treble !

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