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Playing with foam

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Gotta get away from "The Monthly Bench". I think if I see another parachute hackle/quill body I'm gonna scream. Those guys are good so I leave them alone.

Anyway this stuff is fun and not trying to run anybody down.

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Giant Jurassic yellow jackets!

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Air spinner !!! But if the line doesn't twist too bad, you should get plenty of hits on those.

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Nice. I agree with Mike that it's going to spin when you cast it. What size hook did you use?

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4 or 6 ? Let em spin and unwind in the water for added action....The 357cal bodies were quite large so the whole thing is huge but "playing with foam." The others that I used the packing film for wings got mangled quickly. More of a novelty. Need to get the 223 cartiges and make more realistic versions. Fibers or hair would be better for wings. Got a rise outa my FB family with these....they got a kick outa these too. Prolly never try em but bud said he found them in the stomachs of redfish too.

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Not sure who found the baby nutria rat in ones stomach but that's another story.....BabyNutterRatFly!

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Nice ones Denduke... those should get bit.

I'm liking the flounder fry too, very realistic.

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Thanks for the tip. fshg2

Maybe you can suggest better than thin leather backed with felt for crabs

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