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Topic Review (Newest First)
08-19-2002 02:22 PM
juro It's interesting what you can do with a nearby fish market and a camera! Take a good look...
08-19-2002 09:17 AM
striblue Thanks Pete.....
08-18-2002 10:35 PM
Penguin
www.google.com

I typed in "tuna flies" and got some interesting returns...one of which was...
www.rjdesign.netfirms.com

I'll bet Capt Art Sawayer would have a few interesting ideas too!
08-18-2002 09:19 PM
striblue
Tuna Flys

I just checked two books on saltwater flys...Lefty's and another that has 700 flys in it...I know Veverks's book has some great patterns and I know Roopster has tied these....Bob Pink...tied any? ...Who knows a good sourse for just Tuna fly's. Obviously, I am sure general blue water flys are probably ok, but I am looking for some specifics...Any Help would be appreciated.

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