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Fly Gear vs Bass Gear: Ep 1

Fly Gear vs Bass Gear: Ep 1

Fly or Gear? We used to fish a lot more for bass, but for a variety of reasons, we scaled down a bit a few years ago. Well, we finally found a better bass boat (it's actually pretty badical) and so here's our first installment of "Fly vs Gear" And flies used in this video and that were super-effective with the Smallies were the following (click for material lists): --- Balanced Blank Saver --- Humongous --- Flügenblinger Bugger

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Baby Palomino Caddis

Baby Palomino Caddis

Get In My Belly!! This one really doesn't need much introduction because the regular palomino caddis  and version 2.0  have been our best caddis patterns for a few years.  What we didn't realize was that we needed a smaller and darker version.  Out goes the chenille, and in comes magic dub and a lighter.  Check it out and get some in your box!! ~ Cheech Material List Add to Cart   View in store                               Hook : Daiichi 1130 - Light Wire Scud Hook - 16 Body : 8/0 UNI-Thread Waxed Midge - Olive Dun Body : EZ Magic Dub - Olive Brown Underwing : TroutHunter Premium CDC - Caddis Dun Dubbing : Nature's Spirit Snowshoe Rabbit Foot Dubbing - Brown Olive Wing : Nature's Spirit X-Caddis Deer Hair - Natural Dark Other tools from the tutorial:           Renzetti Master Vise Renzetti Midge Hair Stacker Hard As Hull Head Cement Dr. Slick Razor Scissors - 4" Tiemco Midge Whip Finisher

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Fluttering Caddis

Fluttering Caddis

You Twitch It, They Kill It I remember learning how to fish caddis dry flies on my home river years ago (once I realized that I was fishing the wrong part of the day.) This hatch was so different from my usual midge and baetis hatches that I usually would fish because everything moved so much quicker.  The fish would rise quickly, the bugs would hatch quickly, and most importantly, I could skate and twitch my fly quickly.  This was a dream come true for a guy who didn't like to use fine tippet and needed a LOT of work on his presentation.  One of the first fish I caught during a real caddis hatch came as I was stripping my line up stream getting ready for another cast...  The lights turned on, and I spend the rest of the evening loading up my flies with floatant and twitching them across the current.  Since then, I have tied lots of flies that are good at both skating and dead drifting.  This one is no exception.   This fly is designed to act like a caddis that is flutte

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