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    Default Bloody leech

    My buddy Clint came up with this one. Has worked really well for trout and steelhead.
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    "whisky river take my mind!... "

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    I like it, will have to try that one out.

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    That's not the name I've heard for it :-p

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    Uhhh....do I know you? Or have you heard us talking about this pattern on the river??? hahaha I plead the 5th.....
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    Might be a good pattern for kings on the Kasilof

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    looks kinda like a willie nelson................or the "other name" .........lol

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    That is real nice to look at! I bet it looks real cool in the water!! Nice tie!!

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    looks kinda like a willie nelson.........
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    Quote Originally Posted by kenaibow fan View Post
    looks kinda like a willie nelson................or the "other name" .........lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by jockomontana View Post
    um... "Red-Headed Step-child... er, stranger"
    LOL um yeah some thing like that.

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    All jokes aside, it does look like a Willie Nelson, just not articulated -

    http://shopflyfishingspecialties.com...-pr-16794.html

    http://www.flyfishusa.com/flies/musician-series.htm (Scroll down to the bottom)


    Either way, nice tie.

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    My apologies, all mixed up .... thought called "Bloody wilson" from the movie "Castaway"

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    Quote Originally Posted by cube01 View Post
    All jokes aside, it does look like a Willie Nelson, just not articulated -

    http://shopflyfishingspecialties.com...-pr-16794.html

    http://www.flyfishusa.com/flies/musician-series.htm (Scroll down to the bottom)


    Either way, nice tie.
    Actually it is articulated. It's hard to see the trailer hook, and the pic was just before I clipped the front hook off.
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