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04-10-2003 12:41 PM
Roop Tod- you should stop by for a beer and we can make some plans - I'll be wrapping up the wiring this weekend.

Roop
04-10-2003 12:34 PM
Tod D Roopster - A la Adrian, I tied up some smallish, shrimp-like flies on size 4 tinned eagle claw hooks. Have not fished them, but they seem like they may be the ticket. I'll send a couple over your way if you'd like... TD
04-09-2003 01:24 PM
Dble Haul FWIW, Adrian's pattern is in the Warmwater Archive under the title "PB". It looks pretty darned good.
04-08-2003 07:39 AM
Roop Thanks guys - will try some simple grizzly/ estatz palmering and see what happens.

Roop
04-08-2003 06:17 AM
flyfisha1 Roop - Crab larvae, called zoea (if I recall correctly), are very similar in appearance to small, clear shrimp with an extended rostrum (the spine sticking out of the shrimp's head).
04-08-2003 05:57 AM
juro Adrian (who is having fun in the sun) came up with a very innovative crab hatch pattern I've been curious to see applied to the situation you describe. Might come up in searches... but I am sure he'll reply when he returns.

He picked a good week to get out of dodge!
04-08-2003 05:10 AM
FishHawk Try a size 4 fly that matches †he color and shape. Make the body round and a wing with some flash. Worked for me. FishHawk
04-08-2003 02:57 AM
Roop
Crab hatch fly?

Ran across a crab hatch, I think, last season. The stripers were in gin clear water sipping and rolling - couldn't buy a hit.

Thinking of tying something small and clear - size 6 or 8. Any suggestions?

Roop

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