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Old 02-02-18, 09:40 PM   #1
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Tying up an order of bombers for a customer. Here are the first 6. Turned out pretty good

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Old 02-03-18, 09:23 AM   #2
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Tying up an order of bombers for a customer. Here are the first 6. Turned out pretty good

IMG_20180130_211819_936 by Kevin Griffin, on Flickr
Turned out 'pretty good'? They turned out Great. Nice job indeed!
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Turned out 'pretty good'? They turned out Great. Nice job indeed!
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Dry dropped with these at the dam yesterday and man they are buoyant! Applied floatant to one in parking lot and only applied once more in the 3 or so hours I got to fish. I ended up catching 12 so it went under quite a bit, most elk hair/CDC flies would have needed to be treated quite a few times in between fish. Only put two small nymphs under it(18 & 20) but sure it could float larger no problem, so I'm thinking these will probably be my main dry for dry dropping in the future. I hate tying dries, so thanks again for whipping these up for me Prowler.
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Dry dropped with these at the dam yesterday and man they are buoyant! Applied floatant to one in parking lot and only applied once more in the 3 or so hours I got to fish. I ended up catching 12 so it went under quite a bit, most elk hair/CDC flies would have needed to be treated quite a few times in between fish. Only put two small nymphs under it(18 & 20) but sure it could float larger no problem, so I'm thinking these will probably be my main dry for dry dropping in the future. I hate tying dries, so thanks again for whipping these up for me Prowler.
No problem man. Glad you liked them and congrats on a good day.
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