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10-07-2002 01:04 PM
saltydog thanks you, it 8" long on a 8/0 hook, used a bunch of marabou. 4 flies took 2 packs white. Ive got 12 of'em thanks for the help on posting, an the info on the flies. hope to get out this week end. 'GOOD LUCK GOOD FISHIN"
10-06-2002 11:06 AM
striblue Salty, nice....good proportions..looks better than the example in Lefty's pattern book.
10-06-2002 06:29 AM
saltydog
CHUM FLY !

CHUM FLY.

"GOOD LUCK GOOD TYIN"
10-05-2002 07:08 AM
saltydog striblue, thanks again, Ill have to order Joes book this week.
"GOOD LUCK GOOD TYIN"
10-05-2002 07:05 AM
saltydog DFIX, I like the color combo PINK/PEACH/RED, Ill take a pic of the CHUM FLY I have today. your outher color combo is TO GOOD for sharks.
"GOOD LUCK GOODTYIN"
10-04-2002 08:58 PM
striblue Great..gives me another reason to tie..I will tye a few tomorrow and post picture and receipes
10-04-2002 03:50 PM
DFix Rich -

8" + Deceiver of Furnace Green over Some shade of blue over pink over yellow over white, on some thick wire hook similar to that one you used in the swap - I've used this one and it's reasonably effective.

or how about a larger version of the thing you tied in red, white and black with the red epoxy head and google eyes? - that would go great with a collar of red and pink marabou. Don't forget the flash, and another idea is a similar thing with pink and red and peach colored feathers that might look like a meat chunk.
10-04-2002 03:19 PM
saltydog ADRIAN, I did 12 red/white marabou ones on 8/0 done, expect tp lose them all tryin.
"GOOD LUCK GOOD TYIN"
10-04-2002 03:15 PM
saltydog STRIBLUE, yes sir, if want to post it ,maby some one else might want to do some also. thank you if not you can e-mail.
"GOOD LUCK GODTYIN"
10-04-2002 08:45 AM
striblue Salty..I have instructions for a Joe Brooks Chum fly if you want...for off shore .
10-04-2002 03:46 AM
Adrian If you will be cumming, dont forget a few chum flies. Blood red marabou plus a few bits of saltwater flash around a 4/0 - 6/0 hook- pearl/silver to look like a chunk of bloody bait and fish skin.

Rig a couple on heavy poper heads. Not to pop but to float dead-drift. A popped fly generally spooks 'em.

Sharks love to head-n-tail on chum chunks floating on the surface. Just dont try it with 7X
10-03-2002 10:26 PM
striblue Salty...I have not tied any but I think Lefty Kreh's book..which is in paperback has tons of flies and I believe he has a page on several Shark flys. If I was going without any sources I would tye Bright Flies...Reds and oranges with flash 6 tp 10 inches long...just a guess.
10-03-2002 07:35 PM
saltydog
Flys For Sharks.

anyone tyin or has tied flys for shark fishin,looking for pattens heading out next weekend.
"GOOD LUCK GOOD FISHIN"

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