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troutmaster08

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About troutmaster08

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  1. Messed around at the vise for a while trying to come up with a solid zonker pattern that would work as a leech imitation for largemouth in ponds amnd as a sculpin imitation for smallies and redeye bass in creeks and this is what i came up with. http://fliesandfinesse.blogspot.com/2022/02/tying-zonker-leech-on-circle-hook.html
  2. Not my tutorial but one done by one of my friends and posted on our shared blog. Thought you guys might enjoy it. http://fliesandfinesse.blogspot.com/2022/02/tying-ep-bulkhead.html
  3. This blend is mostly peacock black ice dub with some red and gold mixed in.
  4. Put together a dubbing blend for leech flies and figured I'd post the result.
  5. Put together a little leech pattern for bass and crappie for the winter and figured I'd make a video on it. https://youtu.be/08GbyOiWnZg
  6. Not quite sure if this counts as a fly but here's an articulated pheasant rump jig.
  7. Super simple bass fly with just cactus chenille and ice dub.
  8. I've recently been focusing a lot on tying articulated streamers. I mainly fish small ponds with bass up to 2 or 3 pounds. The water conditions vary a lot depending on the day but generally it's a little muddy. What articulated patterns do you guys use for bass? I'd love to see any and all ideas.
  9. https://youtu.be/pi8BsBiUtWQ Figured I'd put out a video on this fly since it's one of my favorite streamer patterns and is super simple.
  10. I've been interested in making a hovering dragonfly pattern for a while now but recently the bass have really heated up on them so I'm gonna get to work. Let me know if you have any ideas and I'll start posting pics when I get to work.
  11. Here's a steelhead pattern I tied. I don't fish steelhead but I've started to work alot on some streamers and articulated streamers for bass and this was a good fly to experiment with.
  12. Never posted under this topic before but thought this may fit here.
  13. Red R.A.T. fly I tied the other day.
  14. I've been tying a lot of chubby chernobyl flies and catching a ton of bass and panfish so I figured I'd share this video with you. All input is appreciated. https://youtu.be/7JatOmaS_as
  15. https://youtu.be/k40imVFzlh8 All advice appreciated.
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