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About MuskyOnTheFly

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  • Birthday 03/07/1985

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    Shabbona Lake IL, Fox River IL
  1. Guys, I gotta drop out. I've been offered an internship and won't have enoguh time to complete my flies before the deadline. Sorry about the late notice. -Vandy
  2. I'm in. Can't pass up an esox fly swap. I'll be tying a Blanton's Flashtail Whistler in a Chartruese color and gold flashtail. It's pretty sweet and can be used for pike and musky. -Vandy
  3. Mine are done, plans to send em out tomorrow. Just need your address -Vandy
  4. Mine are ready to go. Just need your address! -Vandy
  5. Thanks everybody! I think you'll be glad to know that I got a belly-boat for my b-day. Can't wait for spring!! -Vandy
  6. One trick I like to use when tying hackle feathers onto toothy critter flies is to attach them using small rubber bands, much like the ones that people with braces use. This allows me to replace a destroyed hackle feather tail when the rest of the fly is still good. The only problem is they do slide around a little bit so you have to tinker with it a little bit to make em stick. Icelandic sheep is an awesome material for pike/musky flies. It's extremely durable and will take the abuse of many fish. -Vandy
  7. Those look like they'll be killer! -Vandy
  8. Wow! That's pretty sweet. -Vandy
  9. What type line/leader do you use when you fish for larger fish with this fly? I use a sink-tip line when going for toothy critters and was wondering if you did the same. -Vandy
  10. I'm in, and will also do something warmwater related. -Vandy
  11. I'm in as "Left Turns Only" -Vandy
  12. I like using the Mustad Signature C52S BLN hooks in sizes 4-2/0 for all of my bass bugs. It is a hook specifically designed for deer hair bass bugs. -Vandy
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