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Friday, 24 July 2009 05:41

How to Tie a Topwater Popper

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by: LSUFlyFishing (Blake)\r\nWell here goes, my first step by step.\r\n Materials Hoby: LSUFlyFishing (Blake) Wellheregoes, my firststep by step. Materials Hook- Size 2 OrvisBass Bug, ItemNo. 8810. Tail- Chartreuse andOlive marabou,crystal flashThread - Danvilles3/0 waxedmonocord Body- 2mm closed cellcraft foam Coloring- black andred permanent markers,roseart metallicmarker
Wednesday, 02 June 2010 12:56

Making Rattles 4 Tubes

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I learned this technique a few years ago during a talk with Jeff Little, kayak aI learned this techniquea few yearsago during atalk with Jeff Little,kayak angler.He had seenit on a websiteout there onthe internet. Itcertainly is a lotcheaper than buyingplastic or glassrattles at atackle shop. AsI mention inthe video, I usuallysit down twicea year and makeabout 30-50 rattlesat a
Monday, 06 September 2010 13:36

PawPaw’s Tips: Rigging Swimbaits

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For the past couple of years, I have struggled with different ways of rigging swFor the past coupleof years, Ihave struggled withdifferent waysof rigging swimbaits. Some wayswere better thanothers; untilrecently, I havenot been completelysatisfiedwith anyof them. In thisvideo, I willshare with youwhat I have learned. Hopefully,these tipswill help increaseyour
Wednesday, 22 September 2010 13:32


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Author: RiverCrawler (Hunter King) ....\r\n\r\n “I like to break out the frog on Author: RiverCrawler(HunterKing) .... “I liketo break out thefrog on many occasions:weeds, noweeds, morning,and night.The frog isjust a versatilelure thatcan be used atanytime of the dayand any time ofthe year. But thegreat thing abouta frog is thatfrogs are bigfish lures!
We have all heard from our fishing buddies that fish with tube baits how effectiWe have all heard fromour fishing buddiesthat fish withtube baits howeffective theyare.  Great news!!!! How do youfish with themwithout gettinghung up allthe time though? The solutionis quite simple! When fishingwith thesebad boys,  rigthem with a weedlessjig head. How in theworld do you

This is the second in a three part series of articles centered on getting set up to begin fly tying.

A new fly tier faces a dizzying array of tools and materials when he or she walks into a fly shop...

Thursday, 21 June 2012 13:50

Getting started in fly tying part 1 - Vises

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This is the first in a three-part series of articles centered around getting set up to begin tying flies. This topic comes up pretty frequently. Fly tying seems confusing - there are all sorts of materials, tools, and hooks that come in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes. I'm going to do what I can to de-mystify fly tying, and help you understand what you're looking at if you want to get into it.

Thursday, 26 April 2012 16:52

Comfort Baits

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I regularly get asked about what my favorite lures are. I normally come up with a response like “It depends on the situation,” or “The one that they are biting on…”. Now I know these answers aren’t terribly helpful to people, and I normally expand on them. However, I have made it a point to not try to tie myself to one lure or technique over the years.

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