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    Looks more like Candy Corn to me. ...

    Looks more like Candy Corn to me. http://www.flyanglersonline.com/bb/smile.gif

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    JC - I've been tying your "Marble Head" (using...

    JC -

    I've been tying your "Marble Head" (using bucktail) for years. Glad to finally know what to call it. http://www.flyanglersonline.com/bb/smile.gif

    Also performs well as a bendback.

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    by Gary Miller
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    Part one works fine here. Perhaps you could...

    Part one works fine here. Perhaps you could right click and save the file to your hard drive before viewing. If not, drop me a note and I'll e-mail it to you.

    - Gary

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    I've caught several bass over the years that...

    I've caught several bass over the years that still had a previous meal in their mouth/throat when they took my fly/lure.

    Two in particular stand out.

    While unhooking one that I caught in a...
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    According to Bob Clouser, you should measure the...

    According to Bob Clouser, you should measure the entire length of the hook (front of eye to back of bend) and build up a small bump of thread at a spot one-third back from the front of the hookeye. ...
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    Robert - Do you have a pic of it? - Gary ...

    Robert -

    Do you have a pic of it?

    - Gary

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    Hands down the best fly for Crappie that I have...

    Hands down the best fly for Crappie that I have ever fished is a [url=http://www.eflytyer.com/patterns/cypert_minnow.html:b75d3]Cypert's Mylar Minnow[/url:b75d3] in White or Chartreuse. If you want...
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    Thanks to everyone for the input and advise. I ...

    Thanks to everyone for the input and advise. I am putting every bit of it to use.

    - Gary

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    Chain Pickerel

    It should be cold enough here in Texas in a couple of months to go after Pickerel. Anyone have any experience with this species?

    - Gary

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    I used to have this same problem until I finally...

    I used to have this same problem until I finally swallowed my pride and got myself some tiagra. Now I have no problem performing at the vise. http://www.flyanglersonline.com/bb/wink.gif

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    It was the late Mike Verduin of the Dallas Fly...

    It was the late Mike Verduin of the Dallas Fly Fishers who taught me to tie woven bodied flies. Mike's "Woven Woolly" is known to most fly tyers here in Texas. The weaving technique that Mike...
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    Gigmaster - Is the Black Widow the "Double...

    Gigmaster -

    Is the Black Widow the "Double Hackle" with a red glass bead in the middle?

    - Gary

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    Thanks for posting, Donald. Spiders are quickly...

    Thanks for posting, Donald. Spiders are quickly becoming one of my favorite style of flies.

    - Gary

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    I always get a kick out of some "new" tying...

    I always get a kick out of some "new" tying material that hits the market when I have been using it for years while purchasing it in a craft store.

    I guess if I were very smart, I'd buy it in bulk...
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    I think I have every single fly that I have ever...

    I think I have every single fly that I have ever received in a fly swap. Most are in their original mailing packages. Perhaps one day I'll sit down and organize them all in some way.

    - Gary
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    I have had great results using tube flies for...

    I have had great results using tube flies for Largemouth Bass.

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    While fishing for Crappie, I hooked up with an 8...

    While fishing for Crappie, I hooked up with an 8 lb. Channel Cat on a #10 Cypert's Mylar Minnow. Until I actually saw the fish, I thought I was into the Largemouth Bass of a lifetime.
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    Thanks Keith and Jeff for your replies regarding...

    Thanks Keith and Jeff for your replies regarding wire size of the various hook sizes. Maybe I'm just overly anal retentive, but I like everything to be in the proper proportions.

    I'll be trying...
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    Jeff - I posted this question earlier in the...

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    I posted this question earlier in the thread, but I think you were out of town at the time and probably missed it.

    When you say the hooks are "proportionately correct" through the...
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    *Bump* In case Jeff missed my question while...

    *Bump*

    In case Jeff missed my question while away.

    - Gary

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    When you say the hooks are "proportionately correct" through the various sizes, does that include wire size (ie. the wire...
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    Rex - I agree that it is "Pearl". My...

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    I agree that it is "Pearl". My experience has been that the "color change" pearl flash material varies depending on water color, light penetration, and the color of the other materials in...
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    So, is any Soft Hackle/Spider/etc. considered a ...

    So, is any Soft Hackle/Spider/etc. considered a Flymph?

    - Gary

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    For Bluegill, I'd recommend a 3 wt. or lighter. ...

    For Bluegill, I'd recommend a 3 wt. or lighter.

    - Gary

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    At under $20, I just replace mine when they are...

    At under $20, I just replace mine when they are no longer up to speed.

    I asked the gal that cuts my hair if she could have them sharpened for me and she said, "sure, but I may be better off...
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    Wooly - Is that the stuff that is sorta like a...

    Wooly -

    Is that the stuff that is sorta like a paper material?

    The "Swiss Straw" that I have is more like a plastic material and really shiny.

    - Gary

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