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monkey93

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  1. I dont really know where they are we havent been there for a while and i havent really fished there in spring
  2. nice looking hoppers smallie looks like a few i got just waitin to hit the water
  3. :headbang: hi i was wondering what everyone would suggest for catching bluegills, crappie, bass in the spring, we are hopefully going fishing in castle rock lake were we have caught all 3 in the same spot, but it was later in the year, i figured might as well go fishing up there since i got a track meet in colestrip as long as it dont get cancelled, because of weather Thanks and tight lines Jake
  4. ok, thanks..........................also what brand hackle do you use, whiting??????
  5. wow 32 para, i have a hard time with size 20 parachutes, where do you get hackle small enough for 32's, also what size tippet do you use when fishing them
  6. great job, and good luck with the patenting
  7. great looking flies and welcome to the forum bulldog.........................................i like tying poppers with foam shaped on a dremel or something like that
  8. great looking flies every one..............................hopefully i can get into billings here tommorrow and get some thread so i can start tying again...........completely outta thread, so ill have to buy about five or six spools and maybe a few other supplies too :yahoo:
  9. well that almost sold me on them..............i might have to order a few of 'em
  10. thanks I might have to give these a try..............................have you noticed any difference in hook-ups, because one thing i read was they had less hook-ups
  11. i was thinking on ordering some waterwisp fly hooks to try out, but decided to read about the a little and found some not so reassuring things about how good they are and was looking for others opinions
  12. exellent job everyone some great ties this year :headbang:
  13. hey thanks , that site helps, not quite what i was lookin for, bt it might have to do
  14. i tie all year round, fill one box up and go buy or order another, which i need to do real soon here cause my box is over flowing
  15. kind of in a hurry and in need of one more fly for the little tying competition today and wondering what you would suggest to imitate a bwo nymph, a materials list would be greatly appreciated too :help:
  16. hey thanks for the offer, but im thinkin about getting a stamp next time im in town i think there is a few at the shop so ill save you the time
  17. well heres my first attemp, not the best but it should catch fish.............any suggestions on what i should change
  18. thanks for the link i will have to try a few here soon as i get that printed
  19. ya i saw the top one and liked it, but i have to order the cutter for the bodies, i tried one cutting by hand and it turned out ok,but could be better
  20. saw a few foam frogs and decided i had to make a few since i have never tried tying them before so i was wondering what every ones favorite foam frog is and maybe a pic of it
  21. nice fish, i have never had much luck on wooly buggers, actually none lol.................but i might have to give them another shot again this summer
  22. great egg nice lookin streame, and the emerger looks good except for the tail needs a little work, i like to use an olive z-lon on mine and it looks ok, but otherwise good work
  23. great lookin damsel nymph........................................no picture yet, but this weekend i tied up a dozen of each bwo emerger, bwo adult, griffiths gnats, and started a dozen wooley worms
  24. looking for a nymph in the bwo family any suggestions
  25. ya...........................what do u think about a bwo nymph emerger and dry
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