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Old 04-19-2015, 04:27 PM
FrenchFlyFisher FrenchFlyFisher is offline
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Small bed chain for spooky fish

During my trip in Long Island BAHAMAS, I have learnt an important rule for the Spooky Fish : Don't use heavy flies .... use small bed chain (or sometime no weight at all) for tying your flies ....

I caught my Three bones with flies according to this rule.
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