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  1. #41
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    those poppers are far to pretty to fish with. would keep the showcase in a vault. i hope the unsophisticated fish i target around here never get a glance at those beauties!

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    When I used to shoot a lot of skeet tournaments, I was shooting with a guy that had a Perazzi shotgun, which is an expensive weapon. I told him that it was a beautiful gun, but I used my Remington 3200 to hunt with as well as shoot in the tournaments. He told me that he used his Perazzi in the duck blind when duck hunting, and that if it was too nice to use in the blind, it wasn't worth having. That kinda sums up the way I feel about my poppers, so I use them all the time. I just enjoy making them, and fishing them. PM me an address and I'll send ya a couple, but only if you promise to fish them!!!! LOL

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    Some excellent handy work in those poppers. Just beautiful.

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    Thank you!

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    Where do you get your soft foam bodies? I've tied hard foam before, but had to paint them and I really did not like the process of painting them. I would rather buy colored and shaped soft foam. Thanks in advance if you can share that info.

    Alan.

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    I buy 3/8" soft foam cylinders from my local fly shop. They come in white, red, black, tan, yellow, olive and blue. I have a tool I use to turn the bodies down with.

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    http://www.orlandooutfitters.com/onl...171&P_ID=1498, I use the 3/8" size and have a tool that I use to turn the bodies down with.

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