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  1. John I'll have to ask him. I'll let you know
  2. https://www.outdoornews.com/2016/07/25/odd-finned-carp-pulled-from-im-canal-creates-e-wave-of-fish-talk-photo/ John found your article my freind David caght one in bloominton Illinois
  3. These are tied on a euro jig Solted tungsten bead- 3.5 mm Euro jig size 12 barbless Tail- mink Body- golden brown ice dub and mink Collar- golden brown ice dub
  4. Yes I can. I'll have to find some. Hold on
  5. I've hooked 3 carp on a mink and ice dub golden brown. Jig. 1/80 oz jig head, mink for the tail and mink and golden brown ice dub mixture. I will say I never landed one. But it was loads of fun.
  6. I never tryed the mop fly of any kind yet. Still on a wet fly and streamer fly kick. Also I've been tying winged wet flies. Also been tying salmon / steelhead flies. Here is a couple shady lady's. I tied one on a traditional up eye hook and a couple on a wet fly hook. Shady lady Hook- 2 to 12 Thread- black Tag- silver ( oval used). Butt- chartuce yarn Tail- black hen Rib- fine silver oval Body- black floss. Hackle- natural black hen Can't load a picture but I'll try later.
  7. Rob that looks tasty. Here's a feather wing black ghost I tied a few minutes ago
  8. Cool fly I hope you caght loads of bass on that. So is the fly all synthetic your useing? Or are there any natural materials in the fly its self?
  9. Thouse flies looks simple and effective. Am sure you will catch with them. Hope they work out for.
  10. Hello everyone I've been on this site off and on I hope this year I'll catch some smallmouth on the fly. I've been tying bait fish imations known as streamers. I hope they work. Also going to try tying hellgrmite Imitation. If you don't fly fish it's ok I catch them on my spining rod useing ned rigs. I'll try to post some pictures of this years small mouth and flies soon. Take care and tight lines
  11. I use all kinds I'll post pictures soon of the flies I tie
  12. Hello everyone I am Colin Danenberger . I live in central IL and caght 6 largemouth this year already. Some on the fly and others useing a spining rod. Cant wait to head to the creeks and rivers and target smallmouth and carp on the fly.
  13. Hope everyone has good Easter Sunday.  Glad to be outside catching fish.

  14. Thanks for the channel update. I dont know how to work a zoom. Never downloaded the app but maybe I should. My question is how meny people can participate and is it free ?
  15. Was out twice today.  There are loads of ponds here in Bloomington IL.  1 time nothing then later on caght some bluegill, largemouth, red ear and had a blast.  I am a fly fishermen for the most part.  I was useing a fly called Austin, it's a wet fly and was created in Wales.  The fly is simple here is the fly. Mite post a picture later

    Austin

     

    Hook-Wet fly hook size 6to 14

    Thread-black

    Rib-gold or silver

    Body-gold/silver  mayler or tinsel

    Body or palmered hackle-red brown or ginger

    Wing- bronze mallard 

     

     

     

  16. Brown part that comes from the buckatil. Even if died is good for tails, wings or shucks on meny types of flies
  17. I tie flies that are not used much in America. I am Welsh, Irish and German heratidge. I have serval good books from a book company in the u.k. I will provide a link. Far as materials some are already in the USA. I'll also provide links I use to buy u.k tying supply from Tying stuff,- https://www.lathkill.com/index.php?shopping_cart=yes https://www.lakelandflytying.com/ Great source for birds with feathers. https://www.cookshill-flytying.co.uk/ Books https://www.anglebooks.com/
  18. I want to know if any one had experience with a rig kit called an ultra rig. I think people who bass with baitcasters with bass jigs is an example some can relate too. As some may know my tying is getting more wide every year. Meaning my flies I tie and different styles of flies expands every year I tie. So with that being said. I've been tying traditional steelhead/ salmon style flies and used some to catch largemouth and small mouth bass. But this year my interest is in things like trout spey, swing flies, shank flies, things of that nature. I was wondering if anyone on here who tie flies and jigs to see if anyone has tied these style of flies for bass. I'll put a link to the video of the ultra rig. Thanks everyone have a great day.
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