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Freestoneflies.com Pinfish

 
tied by octopusshrimp
Fly Type: Bucktails/Deceivers,
Target Species: Tarpon,
Recommended Region: Southeast US,
Imitation: General Baitfish,
Material List:
Hook Short Shank 2/0-3/0 Saltwater

Thread Fl. Orange flat waxed Nylon

Tail Fl. Yellow Bucktail with three strands holo Silver Flash
Body-UV Silver Polar chenille

Collar-Pearl Baitfish Emulator

Wing-Chartruese Bucktail with Herring back K-Flash over

Eyes-3D Oval Pupil
Tying Instructions: Pad the hook Tie in tail behind the eyes so it makes a fly that is 3 1/2-4 Inches in length

tie in Three strands holo silver tinsel

tie in UV silver polar chenille wrap body just short of hook eye

tie in baitfish emulator and take Two wraps

use a bodkin to seperate the material 360 around the shank and taper short on bottom and longer on sides and top

Tie in Chartruese bucktail wing and a few strands of herring back k-flash over

epoxy head and add 3D Oval Pupil eyes

epoxy over all
Presentation Tips: strip



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