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    Default SRC Flies

    If there's anything I know less about than salmon flies (and at least I have caught salmon, albeit hatchery kings from the Salmon River in NY) it's sea-run cutthroat flies, but I do know pretty and the Borden Special is a pretty fly; maybe not this one so much.





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    Last edited by ScottP; 12-15-2013 at 10:13 PM.

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    Grey Hackle Yellow



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    Great work there Scott.

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    Father Charles



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    Knudson's Cutthroat


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    great flies,
    they work great for shad in the Delaware river also.
    sandfly/bob
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandfly View Post
    they work great for shad in the Delaware river also.
    Bob,

    I've had some luck with similar flies, especially Comets, but most of the shad fishing I do is on the Potomac in deep water/strong current and I usually have to use something heavier, even with a Teeny T250 line. My go-to "flies" have been 1/16 oz crappie jigs with Mr. Twister tails, a real joy to cast, especially when the wind is up.

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    Ferguson's Green and Silver



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    Skykomish Yellow (didn't have any red chenille for a Skykomish Sunrise)





    Tied the wing with the Ed Haas method Allan described in the Coal Car sbs - facing forward over the eye of the hook, then folded back; locks the hair in place.
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    Great looking bunch of flies that no self respecting SRC could resist.

    Think you meant Ed Haas.

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