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  •   andrewscustomflies Looks nice what material , Craftfur? 4d
  •   captgordon I used these a lot when I first started albie fishing and was my go to fly for clients for years. Now I use crease flies almost exclusively. 4d
  •   intracoastal @andrewscustomflies Thanks. Yea, it's craft fur. 4d
  •   intracoastal @captgordon interesting. You fishing the creases on the surface? Or on a sinking line? 4d
  •   captgordon Floating line. Works great when they are tearing it up (obv) also works better than any streamer fly when you know fish are below you but only showing on top in singles. They'll come up and hit it when the frenzy is over also. 4d
  •   captgordon Plus it's way more fun. I've caught so many of them over the years (started fishing for them around here in 1996) that I would rather catch them the way I want 4d

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intracoastal Ha. I accidentally posted this. Ass-tagrammed? I mean, it's ART, dammit! Respect. 1w
  •   missygeee This reminds me of the time you were educating me on Midwest winters and warning me of impending ass-crack freezes. 1w
  •   intracoastal @missygeee haha. Yes, your asscrack will get sub-cracks. But please don't speak of Midwest winter--it's coming on too strong already! Temps in the 50s today. It felt like late October. 1w
  •   missygeee That sounds amazing, although I sympathize with the dread of winter. It's going to be 104° here this weekend. 1w

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  •   dolangeiman These look great. Whats the size? Trying to tie up some fall flies to fish the derby on marthas vineyard. 3w
  •   intracoastal @dolangeiman Thanks, man. These are on size #1 B10S hooks & are roughly 3.5-3.75" long. They have been fantastic for me at night swinging on a floater or int-line. I'll give it a few twitches as it swings out. Makes a great spearing, peanut, or finger mullet imitation. 3w
  •   intracoastal @dolangeiman good luck in the derby! 3w

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  •   wilderlust_ What river did you fish? 4w
  •   intracoastal @wilderlust_ you know better than that ;) 4w
  •   wilderlust_ @intracoastal - I refuse to play that game. My rule is, there are enough places to fish, camp, see.. Etc that I won't be going back twice. Why do what I have already done? Share the knowledge, explore, travel, see the world and share it all for the less fortunate 4w

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  •   captgordon Do you get them coming up on mid lake humps? 2mon
  •   captgordon Oh, and cool catch on fly 2mon
  •   intracoastal @captgordon thanks. They are all over our nearshore rocky structure from June-Sept every year. The most@reliable bet is walking around the various harbors in town to spot them feeding on shallow rocky humps or along the seawall. The water is very clear and in the harbor usually calmer than the big lake. These "flats" or humps are usually 2-7' deep, so heavy flies and lots of patience are necessary. 2mon
  •   captgordon That is pretty damn cool 2mon

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