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    For surface work, I love my Crease Minnows:






    For subsurface work, my Puglisi-style Bluegill works every time.



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    Don't have a picture but my favorite is a Clouser Deep Minnow tied on a #2 hook using any number of sunfish colors like green, orange, yellow and chartreuse.

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    2:0 gutless prawn with rusty claws.jpg
    Haven't tried this, but I cann't think of a better pattern: Rob Meade's 2/0 Gutless Prawn.
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    Deer hair slider:

    And for subsurface:

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    I have pretty good luck with Crease Flies. The can be fished either as a top water or subsurface fly. I "tie" them 2 to 3 inches long either the standard way or or like the one below. I like this version better less leverage for the fish if it jumps.



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    gigmaster, that bluegill Puglisi minnow is a beauty. Do you have an SBS or a video of that tie or is there one out there. Never done that type of fly but can see it working for shad, bluegill or crappie based forage with color changes. Very nice.

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    I do tie them in different colors.

    Here is the Shad version:



    I will be filming a tutorial on this fly in a few days, for a Bass Fly Fishing website. I'll post a link to the video on YouTube as soon as it is done.

    Quote Originally Posted by vicrider View Post
    gigmaster, that bluegill Puglisi minnow is a beauty. Do you have an SBS or a video of that tie or is there one out there. Never done that type of fly but can see it working for shad, bluegill or crappie based forage with color changes. Very nice.

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    Look forward to it thanx. Have used some craft hair but never in as nice a design as that.

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    Here are a few of my Bluegull patterns tie in EP combo colors.


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    RHenn, that second one you posted for underwater is such a common type tie. I've tied them for salt water swaps where they call them a Q-Bug. With a bit of coloration or size change it can represent so many things and is a strong choice for largemouth, smallmouth, and even carp.

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