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TIER

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About TIER

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  • Birthday 07/31/2006

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    Grayling
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    Delta Junction, Alaska

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  1. I use swivels on salmon in Valdez. But they are more for spinning rods in my experience
  2. I think Talkeetna is on the way to tok from delta. Never been the though. This video was shot over 150 miles away from home on the road to valdez. You should go to valdez in mid September at the peak of the silver run. 2 hour limits baby!
  3. Hey guys, sorry i haven't been on here in a while, been busy with school and fishing and stuff. Here's a video where I fished a small creek for grayling and lake trout. No lake trout, but plenty of grayling. I was at the Gulkana River BTW for people who want to fish there too. Yes, I know, in one of the clips I held my rod a little to high. sorry.
  4. I am fishing robe river, valdez. I saw them eating, but I couldn't make out what they were eating. I don't go there often, because i need a ride there. What are some good flesh flies?
  5. So your saying long casts, and tan vests/shirts.
  6. How on earth do you do it. I'm fishing in a small, clear creek with salmon. So, I tie on an egg and sight fish. I ,m just bouncing it on the bottom, you know. Not a SINGLE take. They didn't even look at it. I didn't have any nymphs, so i couldn't try those, but i tried a streamer, and i got the same result as the egg. Please help what am I supposed to do? Do they hit dry flies?
  7. You might want to try poppers if you can find slow enough water.
  8. So, i am tying a artistic salmon fly, right? I get the body PERFECT. But then i start to tie the head, and that's where i go down hill. the head ends up being 1/4 of the whole fly. Sorry i don't have any pictures. I have been getting better, like this one that i tied for my mom for mothers day. That's pretty good, but the head still WAY to big. Please help.
  9. Yeah mike! Come up here! Then if you pass through delta junction, you can go fishing for monster grayling like the ones in my videos with me!
  10. SPAMMER! No, i'm just kidding. I think having and artistic salmon fly forum would be great, because Artictic salmon tying is so complicated, it can't be put in with dry flies, nymphs, streamers, ect. But that's just my opinion. Thanks for the new forum! James
  11. hey guys how do i tie a good moth pattern, that seems to be clearwater river grayling's favorite food.
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