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Going to start a new thread here. Maybe there is a thread similar to this already, but ive noticed some of the pictures have started to expire. Here's a fresh start. 

I'll kick it off with a wool head sculpin I tied up. Not necessarily 'pretty, but it should push some water and hopefully catch some fish. Might add some fins to the next one.

Other than a few lead wraps there is no other weight to the fly. Probably going to tie up some black and white ones too to try out at night this weekend. 

 

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Pretty cool man! You are really into the streamer game! I'm starting to get into it as well.  If u are around at the taney Oct 1&2 ill be down chucking big stuff I've  concocted. 

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     Nice,

 Nothing to share right now. I am a jack of all trades and a master of none. Short version a seasonal tier. Meaning is I have too many irons in the fire this time of the year to tie. You can look up my old posts from several years to see what I have experimented with,

  BilletHead

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48 minutes ago, trythisonemv said:

Pretty cool man! You are really into the streamer game! I'm starting to get into it as well.  If u are around at the taney Oct 1&2 ill be down chucking big stuff I've  concocted. 

Yeah man! Fishing dries and nymphs is fun and all, but for me streamers is where it's at. I might be on the 1st. Basically just down on the weekends fishing like an owl in the night haha. Might find ya down there sometime!

Update on the fly: the fins and this different wool I used I like the profile a lot better. Just need to use a bigger zonker and I think the ingredients are complete:

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29 minutes ago, fishinwrench said:

I've been filling in holes for the Fall Whites/Hybrids.   All of my other boxes are full.  IMG_20170921_014851989~2.jpg

Those are some really neat looking flies! Love the ones with articulating shanks. I've never been fishing for hybrids or whites. Does it have quite a big learning curve? It looks super fun but i'm pretty weak at targeting bass in bigger waters in the first place.

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The learning curve is just in the finding/locating of them.  Once found they are usually pretty easy to catch.  

If you like stripping streamers then one day of catching temperate bass will change your life.  They hit like a freight train and fight like hell.  pa170018.jpg

For a 6 pack of MGD I'll put you on some.  I love watching guys get into them for the first time.  🤗

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4 hours ago, fishinwrench said:

The learning curve is just in the finding/locating of them.  Once found they are usually pretty easy to catch.  

If you like stripping streamers then one day of catching temperate bass will change your life.  They hit like a freight train and fight like hell.  pa170018.jpg

For a 6 pack of MGD I'll put you on some.  I love watching guys get into them for the first time.  🤗

        Dang Mr. Wrench!

  I suppose it would cost me more than that? Wish I could find fish like that.  Actually never tried chasing them in the Fall. Got to try it.  Cool photo buddy.

    Wrench is right Mr. Chillbilly you will get eat up with temperate bass once you get started.  The BilletHead's are really, really ate up with them. A couple of this summers fish,

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