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Fishing Bob, I included one of yours to show you what I added. I assume you noticed the enhancement and I did on everyone's. Did it on mine and figured what the heck , I have plenty of eyes and UV so did them all. 

Nick

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Got some neat looking flies in. 

When I use mine in dingy, dirty water I cast in the same place many times. 

I think the fish use the lateral line until they can see the fly.

 

Rick

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Rick, how you tie your fly on? I would tie to the mono loop and have the spoon convex side back. Having the concave side of spoon back might make a nice wobble though. I wouldn't think you'd tie to eye of hook but you're the one who'd know. I like the idea just want your thoughts on it.

Nick

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I tie in the  blade first with the loop of mono. Then I thread each bead on over the hook point 

and then glue it on the mono. 

 

Rick 

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I would love to see a picture of this set if anybody has the time please..

Steve-stabgnid

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There are some cool flies there !!! thanks for the pics.

Steve-stabgnid

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i received my set of flies

the "flashing" fly was unique. reminded me of the underbody of aluminum tape used for tying zonker under bodies

zonker-body.jpg

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Big difference - mine needs to go on a diet! :) 

Kim

 

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