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  1. I really think this might be a productive fly for some people. It swims great, I have the swim test at the end of the video. Based on some feedback I have gotten, I tried to shorten this video up a bit. Let me know what you think, try not to beat me up too much Thanks
  2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hLTb3KKaCoA Here's my how-to tutorial on tying the Moc's Cert Moc's Cert is named for Moc Morgan, legendary fly fisher of West Wales The pattern was concocted by his friends from all the best features of successful sewin flies Accordingly, the Moc's Cert has proven to be a most effective pattern Let me know if you have any questions!
  3. Doc halls tailing shrimp was designed specifically to fish the flats for bonefish by Daniel "doc" Hall. He is a legendary bone fisherman that created many amazing flies that do a good job in tricking those tough and skittish bonefish. Hook: Gamakatsu SL45 Bonefish Hook size 8-2 (I am using size 6) You can also use any bonefish type hook. Thread: Danville 210 flat waxed color pink (pink, orange, salmon, brown and tan can all work) Also, you can use any thread size you feel comfortable with, I just like the ease of building a head with the flat waxed. Body: Super fiber color tan (tan, light brown, pink, orange, and white all work) You can also use buck tail. Flash: Krystal Flash color Gold (but you can use any color you want, get creative) Back: Grizzly saddle hackle, Use the cheaper stuff, no need for dry fly hackle. Just whatever you use for your wooly buggers or streamers. Make sure its thin on the tips though. Epoxy: Solarez "Thin Hard" UV curing epoxy. Music: (jazzcomedy & jazzyfrenchy) - Bensound.com https://youtu.be/7gyNBKMb5Yw
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