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Cutch's Saltwater Flies (new)

Postby Cutch » Sat Aug 30, 2014 9:59 pm

Folks,
Since losing the game for over a year, I forgot how to tie flies. I've been playing around
with it for a few days, (lots of mistakes he, he), I'm finally getting my confidence back.
I love to tie flies in the game. When I was younger, I tied many of my own flies in real life.

Anyway I created several new flies for fishing for the big boys in saltwater. The flies in the
game will be under wet and dry flies,....attractors.

I haven't used Dropbox much, so I hope I've done this right. :oops:
Here's the link to download them in a zipped file.
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/970 ... 0Flies.zip

I downloaded pictures of these flies off the internet and tried to duplicate them as best I could,
with the fly tying materials in our game. Try them and let me know if they work
please.

Thanks,
Cutch
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Re: Cutch's Saltwater Flies (new)

Postby Jyndrek » Sun Aug 31, 2014 9:23 am

Hi Cutch and Everyone:

Outings with salt water, it's my a nightmare. And this is by the problems with selecting a of flies to this type of fisheries. :oops:

John magnificent job, look great - Now you on the maritime Outings will be lot easier me :lol:

VERY, VERY THANK YOU FOR YOUR REFINE WORKS - MANY A GOOD OF HEALTH AND HAPPINESS OF OF ALL :P

Best Regards ;

Andrzej(Jyndrek)
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Re: Cutch's Saltwater Flies (new)

Postby Cutch » Sun Aug 31, 2014 4:22 pm

Jyndrek,
Thank you for the kind words, I hope the flies work. Let me know which ones
work, and which do not. BTW, only one is a top water, the Mylarsaltpopper.

BTW, my wet fly Crawfish patterns work on fresh and salt water big fish.
Here's the link if you want to try them. (Bronze and Brown Crawfish)

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/970 ... 0Flies.zip
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Re: Cutch's Saltwater Flies (new)

Postby Yellowstone7 » Sun Aug 31, 2014 8:40 pm

Hi Cutch and Jyndrek:

I see you haven't lost your touch with flytying. Those are great looking flies and should work great for the salt water outings. I will see if I can find the "Big Wave" outing for you guys to try out with the new flies.

Jyndrek, I can attest to the effectiveness of the Crawfish patterns. In fact some of my own Crayfish patterns were modeled after the Cutch Crawfish and they worked great on both fresh and salt water species. :lol: Please give those a try and let us know what you have caught with them.

Regards,

Stanley
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Re: Cutch's Saltwater Flies (new)

Postby Cutch » Mon Sep 01, 2014 3:38 am

Yellowstone7 wrote:Hi Cutch and Jyndrek:

I see you haven't lost your touch with flytying. Those are great looking flies and should work great for the salt water outings. I will see if I can find the "Big Wave" outing for you guys to try out with the new flies.

Jyndrek, I can attest to the effectiveness of the Crawfish patterns. In fact some of my own Crayfish patterns were modeled after the Cutch Crawfish and they worked great on both fresh and salt water species. :lol: Please give those a try and let us know what you have caught with them.

Regards,

Stanley


I would like to give your "Big Wave Outing" a try, Stanley,...if you can find it.

BTW, I use a #2 size Crawfish for the big uns, and a small #14 or #16 for panfish and stream fishing,......the crawfish works great on the
small fish also.
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