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Discussion in 'Pan Fish' started by Sully, Feb 11, 2018.
The last time I was at Taneycomo was Oct and I was throwing jerkbaits ...
Looks like I wasn't the only one tying this evening. I was tying for a little clearer water working on a few experiment white jigs.
It looks like I'm tying for half of Truman lake ... just about the time I get couple doz made my "friends " come by and Ooops i'm back to zero . Word travels fast !!!
Haha, that happens. Mine generally disappear on the water when someone else needs one.
Yep the last batch of factory marabous in the pattern I'm tying I had to split with my partner on a trip to Mississippi couple years back ... when he got about 8 fish behind he was " hay got any more of those ? "
Blasphemy!!!!!!!! Those type of words will get you kicked completely out of the trout park fly tying pool!!! Lol!
Me and the ole man made a deal with one another.... anytime we're out at BP, Cabellas, Tackle Warehouse and see something that "WE" just can't live with out we buy 3 of them! Lol
Even if it's hooked behind my woolly bugger ?
Always have liked the way you think!!.
Nope.... pretty sure that's me
But I seem to get a little better each year.
I stand corrected, but again, no power eggs.
A good jerkbat bite for trout is my favorite. We've caught several of our better quality fish this winter on jerkbaits even though there hasn't been much flow. They were a dud for us the winter before. May was good for them too, but the water was also at flood levels.
Crappie fishing is more about finding the fish than the presentation to catch them. Typically, they will eat just about anything you toss in front of them when you find a school of them. Occasionally they can they be finicky, but not very often. I got my butt handed to me by them last year about this time on LoZ. I found several mega schools under docks with my side imaging and still fell a few short of a limit.
Those look awesome! What material were you using for the tails?
I used Finn coon on those. Plateau showed it to me years ago, and I've tied a lot with it since. It has really good action in the water.
WOOT ! Just got in a hundred 3/16 heads w/red sickle hooks ... should be busy for awhile !