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  1. Got flies today - good looking bugs - thanks to the swapmiester - AGN54. :headbang: :headbang:
  2. Flies done mailing tomorrow...ran outta black wabbit...had to use gray on two...its a shame this town doesn't have a decent fly shop
  3. We fished St. Joe Monday - was so foggy the world seemed upside down at times ....Will do if I see a Blue Sterling....I have a yeller Maverick HPX tunnel. Tournies were fun but they took away from chasing poons and reds on the fly....I'm chasing poons this year :headbang: So is the swap open or closed?
  4. Is registration still open - if so I would like to get in with a my version of a oysterfish.
  5. How about "Crooled Island Cracker" - should crack a few red lips in the sound
  6. I tied a few flies from a European site - I cast it among 1000 mullet one day and they swam over, under and around the fly :wallbash: If you find one that works - please pass it along
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    Green Crabby

    Hmmmm daddy likey :headbang:
  8. Only Turneffe fly I know of is the crab fly - I have tied a few - never tried them on anything though Hook: #2-12 TMC 800S, Mustad 3407 or 34007. Thread: Uni-thread 6/0 to match body. Weight: 3/32" bead chain or mini non-toxic lead Lite Brite eyes. Body: Cream, tan, brown, olive, green, or dun gray Furry Foam. Legs: Round rubber mottled with Sanford marking pens (red tipped with green or brown mottling. Coral/Weed Guard: Natural deer hair.
  9. That's a good fly to use over here in the panhandle. I caught some baby grouper on that fly last year.
  10. Chalk

    Da Chrimp

    A new addition to the fly pattern database has been submitted by Chalk: Da Chrimp
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    Capt. Caveman

    I changed the color and like the name better
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    Capt. Caveman

    A new addition to the fly pattern database has been submitted by Chalk: Capt. Caveman I spied this on sefly.com a few months back...The original fly is called a greentail shrimp fly My buddies first redfish came on this fly http://s40.photobucket.com/albums/e215/bir...nt=100_2358.flv
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    The Abomination

    A new addition to the fly pattern database has been submitted by Chalk: The Abomination
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