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    Anyone know of a good source online for the Stealth Bomber bass fly? I have a couple but want to buy more, seems to be a good warm water fly for shoalies & largemouth. Also, any other fly suggestions for chasing bass? I know it isn't the season, but just wanting to add to my box & be ready...
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    Darryl

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    Originally posted by troutrookie View Post
    Anyone know of a good source online for the Stealth Bomber bass fly? I have a couple but want to buy more, seems to be a good warm water fly for shoalies & largemouth. Also, any other fly suggestions for chasing bass? I know it isn't the season, but just wanting to add to my box & be ready...
    Thanks,
    Darryl
    Stealth Bombers are a great pattern. I am also partial to boogle bugs and the new flymen double barrel poppers. Those, along with some custom ties are about all I throw on the surface for shoal-bass and largies.
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    • #3
      Just so happens that the Stealth Bomber was originated by a long term member here at NGTO. Kent Edmonds, the originator, at Fly Fishing Ga and Beyond has a page devoted to the Stealth Bomber and how to tie it. Kent can probably tell you where to buy some more. He has a list of fly shops that sell the Bomber http://flyfishga.com/stealth.htm
      Last edited by The Ole Man; 11-16-17, 05:46 PM.

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      • #4
        We've actually got some stealth bombers on they're way to the shop- should be in tomorrow! As well as plenty of boogle bugs and double barrel poppers. We'd be happy to ship if you would like. Give us a call! 706-878-3083
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        • #5
          Go buy the foam cutters from River Road Creations and you can tie your own. They're not very difficult to tie, and they're super fun. You can also tie them in a ton of sizes and colors that you can't buy.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Junk Fly View Post
            Go buy the foam cutters from River Road Creations and you can tie your own. They're not very difficult to tie, and they're super fun. You can also tie them in a ton of sizes and colors that you can't buy.


            You don't even have to do that. Just cut the shape with scissors and let it ride


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            • #7
              Originally posted by Junk Fly View Post
              Go buy the foam cutters from River Road Creations and you can tie your own. They're not very difficult to tie, and they're super fun. You can also tie them in a ton of sizes and colors that you can't buy.
              I'm not yet tying...but maybe it's time I got started
              Thanks and have a great Thanksgiving all!
              Darryl

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