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Old 10-09-2002, 11:04 PM
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Tuna or Shark Fly---Striped Bass

Here is my striper fly for tuna or shark...It took about an hour to tie and has two corsair spreaders inside...when wet the Grizzly hackle lays side by side...This is an original from me and not copied from anywhere. Size 8/0 Trey Combs big game hook.
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Old 10-10-2002, 09:37 AM
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Re: Tuna or Shark Fly---Striped Bass

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Here is my striper fly for tuna or shark...It took about an hour to tie and has two corsair spreaders inside...when wet the Grizzly hackle lays side by side...This is an original from me and not copied from anywhere. Size 8/0 Trey Combs big game hook.
John
Nice, Nice, you must have one hell of an inventory on fly tying materials, after you get caught up on your fly tying, maybe you can show us a picture of your fly tying area,
Would be interesting to see.
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Old 10-10-2002, 10:24 AM
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Joe..take a look at the regular Striper board under "striped Bass" I have directions to tie it with picture of it wet and a top profile view. I put it there also because it is suppose to be a striper and wanted others to see it if they don't usually look at the archive board. I will post a picture of my table later,but it is quite modest and probably no different that most.
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LOOKIN GOOD, maby we will have to get into a BIG FLY SWAP,
"GOOD LUCK GOOD TYIN"
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