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    Are they serious about this fly?

    A parachute San Juan Worm? What would the application be for such a fly pattern? I just found it on a website selling it as "Perry's Para Worm."

    It seems like a bit of a stretch to me. Okay, it...
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    Re: Three Forks 3WT

    This thread has reminded me to pull out my Three Forks that I bought a few years ago. I still haven't even used it (thanks to an arm injury, schooling, etc.)! The local sunfish will be so surprised...
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    Thanks for the video link!

    Thanks for the video link!
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    Thanks for the advice, wayneb! While I'm...

    Thanks for the advice, wayneb! While I'm thinking about it I should just look around online to see if there's an actual video of him tying the fly. :idea:
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    I struggle with tying good Clousers. They always...

    I struggle with tying good Clousers. They always end up looking awkward. Could anyone post a picture or two if you have one handy? (And yes, I know that it is in the fly archives and numerous...
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    That's one nice looking caddis pattern. ...

    That's one nice looking caddis pattern.

    Warmouth
  7. Thread: fish wounds

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    I'm very curious to find out what caused the...

    I'm very curious to find out what caused the wounds. I have caught 3 or 4 sunfish with these same bumpy/oozy marks. Some came from creeks, but at least one came from a hole in the ground (pond) no...
  8. Thread: Gatorbait?

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    Here's a site with a story that might make you...

    Here's a site with a story that might make you think twice about wading. It's from Florida's ever popular Mosquito Lagoon.
    In brief, a guy was poling his flats boat along and a 10 foot gator took...
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    I've also had the same problem. I fish warmwater,...

    I've also had the same problem. I fish warmwater, so my dry fly hackle stock is small. I have one pack of Whiting 100s Grizzly size 12 and one of Brown size 12. They both seem like size 14 hackles...
  10. Thread: Foam question

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    Don't forget to tie up some variation of Jack...

    Don't forget to tie up some variation of Jack Gartside's Gurgler. I tie mine on standard size 12s and size 8 aberdeens with a single layer of 2mm foam over the back.

    Warmouth
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    I've tried the second method a couple of times...

    I've tried the second method a couple of times (with mixed results, it looks best on hooks <8). My main concern is for durability. It seems likely that this style of fly will get shredded after one...
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    As a side note, the Paraloop is similar to the...

    As a side note, the Paraloop is similar to the Hackle Stacker, but they aren't exactly the same. The Paraloop style of tying is slightly more versatile as the hackle loop can be varied in size. I got...
  13. Thread: Ray Charles.

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    I haven't used scuds enough to make an accurate...

    I haven't used scuds enough to make an accurate judgement of their effectiveness, but I would think the ostrich herl would have an advantage over hair legged scud patterns when fishing stillwater....
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    Great post! Thanks for sharing the pictures! ...

    Great post! Thanks for sharing the pictures!

    Warmouth
  15. Thread: Exotics.....

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    I did not read all of the above so what I say may...

    I did not read all of the above so what I say may be a repeat.
    As far as I know, all snakeheads caught are NOT supposed to be released under any circumstances. The best result would be to take the...
  16. I've used unweighted size 6 or even size 4 nymphs...

    I've used unweighted size 6 or even size 4 nymphs in creeks and caught bluegills as small as 3 1/2". Then again one pond I fished had a dieoff last summer from low water levels and high heat. I had...
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    Nice tip! I wonder if that could also be worked...

    Nice tip! I wonder if that could also be worked into (adult) damselfly bodies for more shine.

    Warmouth
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    You know, I'm not sure what size would be best. I...

    You know, I'm not sure what size would be best. I have some in standard size, but it ties a slightly bulky Wooly Booger on a #8 aberdeen hook. I would think that the Green Weenie would be awfully...
  19. Thread: I'm Back!

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    Welcome back to the board! Warmouth

    Welcome back to the board!

    Warmouth
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    First off I'm going to go with the cheap answer....

    First off I'm going to go with the cheap answer. A weedless Wooly Booger in the color to match your local crayfish.

    Secondly, most crayfish patterns tied commercially do not use weedguards. If you...
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    I am quite sure that Softex is NOT "non-toxic"....

    I am quite sure that Softex is NOT
    "non-toxic". I have never used it. I have a jar of Angler's Choice Soft Body (Thick) as a substitute. It is non-toxic.

    I use Loon Outdoors water-based head...
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    Simply wonderful. I think my only change to...

    Simply wonderful. I think my only change to nighthawk's post we be that a sheep has not returned, but a new sheep has been born.

    Warmouth
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    I do the same thing. It works great. The only...

    I do the same thing. It works great. The only drawback is that the tails can't be more than an inch long. I also used them for the gills on a Hellgramite pattern.

    Warmouth
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    I don't know what she's fishing for, but with a...

    I don't know what she's fishing for, but with a fly that big...it probably isn't very bright to be wading in the water.

    Warmouth
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    Glowsticks may or may not be toxic, but they are...

    Glowsticks may or may not be toxic, but they are nauseating. A friend of mine watched as someone had it break inside his mouth. The rest of the night was spent throwing up.

    (The guy who swallowed...
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