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bigjim5589

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Based on the Lou's Hair Jigs, using the same basic patterns, I came up with some fly patterns, that can be used for Peacock Bass & of course other predatory game fish. I'm sure LM & SM Bass most anywhere would grab them!  :)

These are tied using the same craft fur & Polar Fibre materials, plus flash, as is used on the jigs, but on Tiemco stainless steel fly hooks.

I also have in my mind to tie some other versions, that will come later!  ;)

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Those look good Jim. I'm sure they will be effective flies.

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Jim, those look great.  Tks for sharing the pictures with us. 
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Look good Jim, should work well in the creeks and ponds.
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I got beat up, wounded and just flat TOTALED once when I made up two 6" bucktail streamers and tried them on my 9-weight fly rod. It was April, the big 'uns were in sparse grass and were eating Sluggos, so I figured "why not a streamer". They worked. Well. But it takes a skill I didn't possess to get them hooked and landed on that old fly rod.

As always, VERY nice, Jim.

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