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Epoxy and LCR's
Compound glues that harden - including the new, smart light activated ones


Click to see "Peeete's Pheather'n'Phlash"

Peeete's Pheather'
n'Phlash

Proceed to "Allan's Winter Shrimp" here

Allan's Winter Shrimp

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Fleye Foils

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Light Curing Resins

"Shrimp anatomy for the fly tyer" is found here

Shrimp anatomy for the fly tyer

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The Killer Mantis

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Phloating Eyez

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The Welded Phly

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Coloring Raw Tubes

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Great Lakes Irish Invaders

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Chinos!

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Colored Mono Eyes

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Surf Candy

The Surf Candy is an incredible baitfish pattern for Stripers, Tunas, Salmon and any other fish that eats minnows. The Surf Candy is a realistic minnow pattern that can be tied in a variety of sizes and colors. The Surf Candy is a favorite among many east coast surf anglers, hence the name " Surf Candy". The Surf Candy can be tied in many color variations. With Olive, White, Chartreuse, Brown and Pink being the most popular among anglers. Give the Surf Candy a try! They are a must have in any Tuna fly box!

Bonefish Bitters

The Bonefish Bitters has become a standard in and a must have pattern for just about any bonefishing destination. Originated by Craig Mathews of Blue Ribbon flies, the Bonefish Bitters, can be tied in sizes 10-6. The color of the head (the epoxyed bead chain eyes) is typically tinted. Use a tan or brown tinted fly over sand, rubble, or mud bottom. Olive is a good color for fishing over grass. Orange or Pink are great colors for attracting strikes. In this version I use clear UV Resin (Clear Cure Goo or Loon UV Fly Finish) as a substitute for 5 minute epoxy.

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Fritz Shrimp
Step by step tutorial of how to tie the Fritz Shrimp.
The Holographic Grey Boy Buzzer
Tying the Holographic Grey Boy Buzzer by Davie McPhail. Materials Used; Hook, Kamazan B110 size 10 Thread, UTC 70 Black Ribs, White Uni-Flexx and Small Red Holographic Tinsel WingBuds, Lite-Brite Hanks Silver Holographic and Red Marker Pen Cover all with Lite Bug-Bond and then a coat of Fine Varnish to finish..

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