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About catmanclark

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  • Birthday 10/18/1975

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    panfish, Largemouth, crappies
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    Watertown, MN
  1. I wish my hair was spun that well
  2. The two foam head divers are ideas I had for muskies, both are articulated and about 10' long. not really the colors I would use for muskies, and the shape of the heads aren't what I would like but just throwing them on here to get some opinions.. The smaller divers are for largemouth mainly, I just needed the practice with stacking and spinning.. As for the streamers at the end, I tied them just cause I fish a lot of pike.. Its getting closer to open water season, I mean today is 14degrees, I know a heat spell.. leave your commends or critisims.. Enjoy..
  3. Truely, well packed flies.. any secrets?
  4. Just the last few weeks i have found a few in my fly room also, i heard soaking them with water at your local lake is the be to remedy this problem... Very nice, and effective here in MN, i've switched from my "normal" pike arsenol to these bugs, they seem to love them.. thanks for sharing, here in MN.
  5. Whipped out a few bass poppers. Top two are cork, and the rest are foam, layered and from block.. Hope you enjoy..
  6. First time working with deer hair at this scale, I think I like it..
  7. Nice ties.. Im in the west metro near Waconia, ive also been working on some deer hair big ties for pike musky..
  8. The musky here in Minnesota wouldnt hesitate at all in tearing that up..
  9. Okay, so I work at a wine bar and have endless amounts of cork.. Ive been making poppers for years and stopped using cork due to the fact of all the holes in the cork.. My question is what does everyone use to fill them? Ive been coating the with epoxy then sanding them smooth, it just seems like over kill due to the finish being a alcohol/epoxy fininsh also?
  10. I agree with SCO, I use the "dt" saltwater series and love them.. BUT I do have to file them to a pin point, cant go wrong with the value..
  11. Im not sure what there actual name is, but Ive tied these for years and have even given a bunch away.. These are my go to fly for crappies on any body of water here in MN.. I just adjust the size of bead chain to how there feeding and depth there at.. And adjust the size for lgmouth.. Great tie
  12. I live in mn, and i think everyone needs to have a healthy supply of craft fur. Its versitile and supple..
  13. I never miss the one in blaine mn... Ill be there..
  14. I live in central MN and musky fishing has become huge, and in some cases an issue if your a float tuber like myself.. I tie some big pike flies and have yet to come in contact with a musky (even though I see them all the time kicking around). I think youve got yourself an arsenal of flies that would be perfect for a "chance" meeting.. Keep up the nice work..
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