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Coastal Baitfish prepared for the mission possible of hooking a baltic seatrout. Another variation of a surf candy or the epoxy miracle. Name of the pattern: "smurf candy"
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Tube Flies - A tying, fishing and historical guide - Mark Mandell and Les Johnson
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