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Thread: Tube Flies for salt water?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bokoms View Post
    Hi Mike

    Thank you very much, just recieved the parcel today, haven't had the time to have a closer look yet, but at a glance ....awesome stuff ( just returned from 2 weeks in Balito and Margate and I'm sure they would have worked great! will try them at Blakes as soon as this red tide takes the hike! let you know what happened)

    Will defnitly pass on some PB Fur to Pieter... Pieter drop me a line on 072 100 4683 so that we can organise it.

    It's a pleasure mate, just let me know how you get on with them.

    All the best
    Mike

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    Hi guys
    Have alook at the "Plipper" - this would work for bass / Leervis / shad?

    http://globalflyfisher.com/patterns/plipper/

    Willie

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    looks good,some would argue that theres no tying involved.i would tie a tail into that.but then you may as well fish a flipper.....
    stephen is wishing he was fishing location x right now.......



    Stephen Smith

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    Hi Mike

    Awesome, since word go they went mad for your tube flies... only problem were that they chew off more than their own size(no decent size fish were arround by the looks of it) and recieved no hook-ups. Changed to a small white Earbutt Tube(fooling arround with my vice earlier) and caught one "nemo" sized Leerie ...

    Let you now as soon as I met up with some sizable fish!

    Regards
    Juan

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