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Fishing with Big Mike Fly Tying Tying a crappie tube style fly, I will be using this as a dropshot bait for panfish. this could also be tied on a jig hook, i...

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Comment by carl hendrix on February 13, 2016 at 1:48pm

CJ;; I agree with you buddy;; in fly; or jig tying;; the actual cost of;; a vise; bobbins; thread;  amterial; ( and you never have enough; or the right kind )  the actual cost of a fly or jig; would be staggering to those not knowing;;;  then again;; we have the oppertunity to create something of our own design; rather than some company ; making what they T H I N K will work in all areas of the country.  And; like you said;; to make something of your own design;; its just a extra bit of fun should it actually work !    just think;; if there was only one fly or jig; that actually worked; all across the country; in any weather;; then you would only need that one fly or jig !!

Comment by CJ behrle on February 13, 2016 at 11:42am

Nothing is truer than your statement that if your tying flies to save money you are doing it for the wrong reason and you will never save money (if you are honest).   I truly enjoy tying and catching fish on  MY

 fly. I've got my cost down to about $5.00 each.  Remember this cost is figured with free labor.    

Comment by Mike Way on September 12, 2014 at 6:21am

thanks John, yup should be killer on a jig head too.

Comment by John Foro on September 12, 2014 at 5:51am

that's a great video...i'm going to buy some more leg material in different colors, but i will likely tie it on a jig head, should work great.

Comment by dick tabbert on September 8, 2014 at 6:15am

Mike it does look like that but when I made it that wasn't my intention that's just the way it turned out. Its an easy fly to tie and with it you can wrap lead around the hook shank for weight and get a decent fall rate but for finesse fishing I would add vary little weight for a slow fall rate.

Comment by Mike Way on September 8, 2014 at 5:44am

thats great looking Dick, looks like its tied like a jig skirt.

Comment by dick tabbert on September 7, 2014 at 9:51pm

I've tied and played around so much I forget what I've tired. I told you I thought it had 4 legs but after looking at the picture it is definitely leggy. Here's the version I tie very close but I called it the octopus.

Comment by Mike Way on September 7, 2014 at 9:16pm

thanks David, I used to be on here a lot more a year ago, but just kind of stopped coming around as much, I have a lot to keep up with online with my youtube and facebook, but I am hoping to check in a lot more.

Comment by DAVID L EITUTIS on September 7, 2014 at 8:58pm

Well Mike welcome to the site and hope ya keep posting video's .........

Comment by DAVID L EITUTIS on September 7, 2014 at 8:49pm

HOPE YOU become a regular contributor , we need all the tying instructions we can get !!!!

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