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    Scott - Love the flies. Thanks for sharing. What size are they?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lars_Benson View Post
    What size are they?
    Lars,

    Dai Riki 899 #6; not the standard hook for a lot of these flies, but I think they look cool.


    Quote Originally Posted by Jayatwork View Post
    Think you meant Ed Haas.
    Jay,

    Fixed that (I had Leroy Hyatt on the brain). Thanks for the catch.

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    Scott

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    I think these look fantastic! I bet they would work for a number of species..... looking at the colors here, my first thought was swinging them for white bass.
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    Andy's Stavis Bay

    Last edited by ScottP; 12-18-2013 at 06:54 PM.

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    Scott I fish the lower Delaware (big water) average depth 40 feet and over 150 yds. wide. I use different heads made from Cortland lead core and Cortland braided mono and have no problem getting those flies down. no need for jig style flies then. I use an 8 wt. rod most times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandfly View Post
    Scott I fish the lower Delaware (big water) average depth 40 feet and over 150 yds. wide. I use different heads made from Cortland lead core and Cortland braided mono and have no problem getting those flies down. no need for jig style flies then. I use an 8 wt. rod most times.
    Bob,

    Problem is, a majority of the shad we see are the smaller hickories; an 8wt would be a bit much for them. I'll see what I can do with some LC13 I have; I could also add some non-tox wire to the hook shank to start the flies..

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    Scott

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