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Found 5 results

  1. mcallister920

    How to tie "mop" style jig skirts?

    I am wondering if anyone has any resources showing how to tie mop style jig skirts onto football head and flipping style jigs. I am just getting into tying my own jigs and would like to learn the proper way to do it. I intend on using living rubber for the skirt material. Any help would be appreciated!
  2. JimP

    Mylar Minnows

    Playing around with a few options for tying the "Mylar Minnow"
  3. Here you go guys. This is what fly tying is all about.
  4. rico.29

    Minnow fly

    Just a little minnow , this imitation do the job on seabass overhere. make me think of a little mackrel

    © eric

  5. captain belly

    Bread Box Fly Tying Bench - Homemade

    Here's an idea I came up with after inheriting my Grandma's old wooden bread box. It looked like a miniature fly tying desk, so I decided to make it into one. It was so easy to make, that I decided to go on Craigslist and find another one real cheap. Anyone can do this...... I made a video on how to make one, and put it on you tube. If you like it, send the link to your fly tying friends. The store-bought ones are CRAZY EXPENSIVE... this one I think is classier, and of course easy on the pocket book.