Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Winter wrapping: Squidro


Tying's been on hold lately, but will resume shortly because I just got an unbelievably awesome new tying desk(info next week).  The last time I wrapped, I tied the bassmaster steelhead bug the Squidro.  I haven't got to fish them yet, but Scott Howell made them, so I'll assume they crush like everything else he ties.  The durability of the rubber makes sense, and I like the color combo's it give you.  I tied them in a couple different colors, but this white and orange definitely turned out the best.

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  1. I like it. I have been tying a few on Pro Tubes. Looking forward to getting out and giving them a try soon.

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  2. Yeah me too Grayghost! I'm going to be interested to see how much heavier they are to cast because of the rubber.

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  3. Lookin' goood-- I love those rubber leg colors.

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  4. Thanks Brian, the local trout shop out here in Montucky had them so had to get them for this pattern.

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  5. Dude i use those legs for mantis shrimp patterns. They're petty sick.

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  7. Yeah Dave, they look great. You should come use this fly in Forks this winter with me and Braz!

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  8. Dude I'm planning on coming home Feb or mar. I'm not going home for Christmas due to a major knee surgery tomorrow. Lets put something together. Maybe spring break.

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