|02-25-2003 04:19 PM|
John, when are you coming? You are looking at one of the prime times of the year. PM me, I have a couple of trips planned in March and we should be able to hook up this time.
|02-25-2003 02:29 PM|
Its made using a roughly heart shaped foam body that is wrapped around the hook and super glued in place.
Is it a fly? The British would call it a lure because it imitateds a dying bait fish. But I'd call it a fly. If there were a couple of appropriately positioned legs added it would have a pretty good hopper profile. and be nearly impossible to sink.
Brad, whats happening in your region for fishing ? I'm headed out there in a couple of weeks for business and wondering...
|02-25-2003 02:23 PM|
Have you guys ever heard of a crease fly? It's a pattern developed for saltwater made from sheet foam folded on itself and then coated with epoxy. Colors are added to the foam prior to the epoxy step.
I think Pete's calling these flies experimental because they weren't origianlly intended for trout.
|02-25-2003 02:12 PM|
Looks like balsa with epoxy covering it.
|02-25-2003 01:58 PM|
|Brad||Looks good, what is it made of? Is that a Fly???|
|02-25-2003 12:11 PM|
|Dble Haul||Very neat....I can also picture smallies and hickory shad taking a whack at these.|
|02-25-2003 11:52 AM|
#2 of 6 patterns
Same trout experiment. Different body coloration.
For more.... let your imagination go wild and try out every single permanent marker you can find...
|02-25-2003 11:50 AM|
Experiment#2 - Trout size Creaser
This is another experiment. These are "trout sized", about 1 1/2 inch body length.