This started as a way for local tuna flyfishers to share info on fly patterns, but I see no reason it shouldn't encompass other PROVEN patterns. I'm in with 2 or three patterns: one that worked for me in Mass. bay this fall, one that worked south of MV in July, and possibly one that worked for me off Hawaii.
If you know for a fact that someone has caught a tuna on a particular fly, feel free to offer it up to the swap.
Hooking a tuna on a fly certainly counts just as much as landing it.