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  1. Thanks. Yep, Polk County. I try to travel as much as i can around Florida. Haven't been over there yet.
  2. I really like those frogs. I may try some in bright colors for peacock bass.
  3. I have been doing a lot of bead chain work. Fish seem to like them down here. I like how the heads and bodies turn out with the uv resin.
  4. I did happen to have a side shot. Just no under shot.
  5. Big cypress national preserve in Fl. I live in central Florida, polk County. I do not have sides or under shots of the bream killer variant but can take some when i return home from my trip.
  6. Thank you for the compliments. Going this weekend to try them out in Big Cypress.
  7. I want these to sink slow, so the bead chain is the only weight. They sink about 2 to 3 inches a second per my tests. The other tail ive been using and am fond of is synthetic hair. Wapsi and cabelas sells it as supreme hair. I use it on the back of a bream killer also for extra attraction. Almost all of these are tied on a size 10 or 12 nymph hook. 12 being most common.
  8. Thanks. Yes it is a build up of utc 140 coated in uv resin.
  9. Ive been tying for a while, though new to the forum. These are my new panfish flies. I make them in several variations.
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