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04-06-2004 05:11 PM
Dble Haul Durable synthetics that don't absorb water are some of the artificial hairs such as Super Hair, Unique Hair, and the like. These come in a wide array of colors.

As for pike patterns, you can check the database. There's a few in there.
04-06-2004 04:48 PM
robow7
Pike fly synthetic materials

To all you Pike fly tying gurus, what's a good synthetic material to use that will keep my flies lighter and won't absorb so much water which seems to make them so much more work to cast. I swear that every time I cast a bunny tail, I see the lake level go down a foot. Would love to see some of your more favorite patterns. Thanks

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