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    good luck Kev, i'm sure you'll do just fine!
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    My first batch of saltwater flies, white and chartreuse clousers, any comments appreciated:
    Last edited by KevinE; 14-11-07 at 01:20 PM.

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    Baited Breath, not sure about the colour, olive may be better:

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    Kev, those flies look good mate. well done. i'm sure you'll catch
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    Hi there Kevin

    Nothing wrong there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MCC View Post
    Hi there guys

    We started off fishing the Grunter Charlie, then we moved on to all versions of small Bloodworm patterns and eventually we ended up fishing the Baited Breath.

    A few years later we started fishing the JAM fly. The tying instructions are somewhat complicated, but as a Grunter, Steenbras and Cob pattern in estuaries, it has been very good to us.

    I attach some old pictures.

    Cheers
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    those are some goodlooking flies, do you have tying instructions for it?
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    Pretty work Kev, those look fantastic!
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    They look great Kevin - makes me want to start tying flies again.

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    Thanks guys, means a lot coming from you hardcore salties.

    More of the same tonight, plus some flippers, need some thicker foam first though, will have a look around today.

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