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    Default some of my first flies

    feedback greatly appreciated!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eMdqMpUjBko

    -bassturd

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    Some of the flys look pretty eccentric. I bet the bass hit them though.

    Looks like you know how to tie to me though.

    There are really only a couple different techniques to learn and you can tie any fly.

    Some of my best flys are the simpliest to tie.


    You want feedback...........I think you tie some very cool flies IMHO.

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    thank you R,

    ive actually been meaning to send you some of my flies as a thank you for the spin'n'glows you sent me. Im still in michigan so i havent been able to use them yet, but im heading to AK on aug. 14th so not to far away.

    I asked you previously about flies and you mentioned you tie your own, so i hesitated on sending any out. well, if any of the flies in the video peaked the interest, i would be willing to make (in any color) any of those flies and send them out to you.


    have any winning patterns for cutthroat's?

    thanks again for the spin 'n glows!

    -bass

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    In the streams I use a black chenille with brown hackle wooly worm. It is awesome. I have used them in Montana and in Alaska to catch nice rainbows. I remember long ago using them for Cutts in Montana also.
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