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Flats in the cold
Flatwings - "the new black" in Denmark and Sweden. Are they really that good. Not too big for casting? For the trout? Will they twist? Are they better than other sand eel imitations? Are they better suited for pike? Kill your skepticism and take a
tour de flats here
I saw a post by Ted Patlen on a fly tying bulletin board. It was a simple post - a photo of a group of flies and a short statement stating his intention of tying the flies as close as possible to the way the originator tied the flies. His post stuck with me for awhile, before I got up the gumption to send him an email asking if he would be interested in submitting his flies to GFF for an article
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The Deceiver has taken tons of species of fish. This is just an articulated version with my own twist. I use this fly for big brown trout on the White River in Arkansas and for Musky as well. I hope you enjoy this video as well as fishing this fly.
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