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BBG database of tied flys and jigs…if you are a creator or a user of a member created tied fly or jig post your creation, review or comments on the pattern here. Start a discussion for every tie mentioned. This is a great way of organizing all these great creations of ties in one location. Give tips on fishing and post pictures of your successes with the pattern.
Latest Activity: Jan 29, 2022
Started by Slip Sinker. Last reply by Damon Toney Nov 14, 2019.
Started by Slip Sinker. Last reply by Slip Sinker Nov 18, 2018.
Below are 3 foam bluegill/crappie, perch, etc. bugs I tied recently. I used Kreink Braid for the under-body to add a little flash, and also for a tail. There is no end to uses for the Kreink Braid. I…Continue
Started by Bruce Tomaselli. Last reply by Slip Sinker Sep 29, 2018.
One thing ive noticed about favorite or popular B.Gill baits is the B.Gill's fascination for rubber legs… one of my most favorite ties growing up as a kid was the foam spider with those rubber legs.…Continue
Started by Slip Sinker. Last reply by Bruce Tomaselli Jul 8, 2017.
Leo...yep that is a great idea...i have only one tie as of now... and im putting together a separate discussion for it as of now... just a few minutes...
Ken, try to give a bit of direction on how to post fly tying on BBG. I had something posted on how to create quick instructional fly tying methods in the support group. But like McScruff chimed in earlier, have a layout and instruction where people can follow to make things a bit easier to swallow. Video instruction is best I think.
Well Im on board.
I tie flies from the sublime to the ridiculous, and am always waaay too lengthy in the design concept, details, facts and trivia behind each one.
This will be perfect.
Leo ... what the group is asking is just their own tied patterns in it's own seperate discussion. hopefully the discussions would reveal the creators intention and motivation for its creation. the steps in its evolution and possibly show some successful catches and tips on how to use the creation.
yeah copying and pasting the pictures in your discussion is the easiest way to do it. never erase any old pictures or discussions on your fly or jig.
these are BBG created fly and jig database not the vast creations copied from the "Outside"
thanks for hopping on board guys!...
This is going to be one massive undertaking. If we have masters contributing their flies and instructions here, that's awesome. But ventured out to gather other flies and their instructions, and repost, wow. Best not to just to copy and paste the links. Once the posts are removed from the other sites, the flies are lost. Best to grab it as images by doing screen captures (easiest and fastest way).
I just caught a bluegill in Maine, my 2nd one there ,not native to Maine.i caught that one on my first cast with my Badger tenkara rod, I was using a fly that I see on Jonathan school of fly fishing, a pink bead SRW fly very deadly on anything that is in the water
Thanks for the add Mark
Bruce Tomaselli brought it up in a discussion recently that also expressed the need
i agree Jim... id like to give credit where credit is due when i review a members tie and try to link to their postings or pictures.... some time very tedious to do... enough responders and we could end up with an amazing collection of patterns from all these gifted tiers...
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