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surf12foot

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Thought I would share a couple of pictures for those that are stranded inside from all of your flooding.
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Thanks, nice looking trout!

Doing your hair as you fish?
Bite should pick up with the change in the tide!


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No, It's attached to the hook sharpener. I use it on my saltwater flies that are made from synthetic stuff. They become a wreck after a fish grabs them. It's amazing how a lingcod can turn a fly inside out.
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Thanks, nice looking trout!

Doing your hair as you fish?

I was gonna ask the same thing. First I thought it was a glass pipe  :smt003


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Where were you fishing, Scott?


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Saunders Lake,it's up on the Oregon coast about 5 minutes from my house.
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interesting choice of hook for rainbows, or do you have atlantics swimming around there  :smt003
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Doing your hair as you fish?

No, It's attached to the hook sharpener. I use it on my saltwater flies that are made from synthetic stuff. They become a wreck after a fish grabs them. It's amazing how a lingcod can turn a fly inside out.

It's for his comb over  :smt005

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Thanks for the report and pictures Scott.
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Doing your hair as you fish?

No, It's attached to the hook sharpener. I use it on my saltwater flies that are made from synthetic stuff. They become a wreck after a fish grabs them. It's amazing how a lingcod can turn a fly inside out.

It's for his comb over  :smt005

I'm going to have to try that.
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Nice trout! Does that fly have a name, or did you tie it.
Thanks


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Yes I tied it, and it's called Cascade Ally's Shrimp on a size 12 double salmon hook.
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Or as those of us who have a real keyboard like to call it, it's an Ally's Cascade Shrimp fly.

Sorry, surfer dude, I couldn't resist.
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Never heard of using a brush before.
Did you use it on that fly or something larger like Clousers?
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