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Clint F

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About Clint F

  • Rank
    Beginner
  • Birthday 07/12/1991

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  • Favorite Species
    salmon
  • Security
    2009

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    http://Clintsccd.blogspot.com
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  • Location
    Washington State
  1. Thanks for the compliments. This is the only one I have tied and it took me an hour to tie. I will see what I can do about a step by step but I cant garentee it. Have a Hard time myself tying it. Clint
  2. The euphasid looks great. The others look like fish catchers as well. Clint
  3. I have to suggest bunny leaches 7 inches long in purple, or black, or a combination. Also make some with bright orange or pink egg suckers. I will try to get some results of mine this weekend. Clint
  4. I have been getting ready for a trip tomorrow through sunday and have been playing with aluminum cones.
  5. It would be smarter if I casted it with a broom but cast it with a 9' 8wt. I couldnt believe it, but this fly caught a 2.5 pound sockeye and I watched it eat it this year, so I know it works. Clint
  6. G-moal, Stands for Grand mother of all leaches. This fly was designed by a friend of mine for salmon and steelhead. It is 7" long to give you an idea. It can be tied in many different color combinations. Let me know what you think. Clint
  7. Thanks for the welcome! No I wont make it. I will be fishing for resident coho and sea run cutthroat or I will be working on my driftboat. I wish I was going though. Let me know how it was if you make it. Clint
  8. Hi Everyone, I have been lurking for some time and thought I really need to join this forum. A little about myself, I am 17 and have been tying flies for 7 years now. I live in Washington state on the kitsap peninsula and mostly fish for salmon, steelhead, and sea run cutthroat. I am in the process of building my own driftboat in my woodshop class at my high school. In my signature is my blog so you can watch the process of it being built. When it is complete this summer I plan to guide with it on the Olympic Peninsula for sea run cutthroat. The picture I have included is my squid that I designed and it is tied on a tube "TooblieWooblie" is what I have named it. I look forward to joinging swaps and helping others out. Clint
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