|07-29-2002 04:47 PM|
Thanks for the info boyz...I'll be down in the bunker at the baracuda for a while...
Difficult fishing calls for a "magic bullet"...and I've heard tiny shrimp might be the key to success...'will put some before a focus group of hungry consumers in the morning...weshallsee?!
'Report to follow...
|07-29-2002 04:32 PM|
Do you have a copy of "A Perfect Fish" by Ken Abrames? He has some interesting ideas for shrimp (or shrimps, as Emeril would say) patterns using natural materials. Most are based on the classic General Practitioner fly for Atlantic salmon. They seem to work pretty well both up your way and down here for weakfish (so I am told) and can be tied down to a size 4 or even 6 hook. I will send you a few in the next couple of days, but you may want to give the book a look-see and tie some up.
Hope to see you in August!
|07-29-2002 01:07 PM|
...there are some examples at http://www.allflyfishing.com in the image galery.
|07-29-2002 12:13 PM|
|striblue||Pete..take a look under the bonefish achive and you will find dozens of different Shrimp paterns ...some of which will work up here no doubt...It is in the Dick Brown group I did this winter.|
|07-29-2002 10:28 AM|
...any small shrimp pattern recipies out there?