Published Jun 21. 2008 - 14 years ago
Updated or edited Aug 8. 2015

Things that go BUMP in the night...

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Pete Gray's picture

WhiteDingo......

WhiteDingo...
aka JohnnyWinter...
Same old tye, different day...
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and...
Herring Impaired...
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and...
the running of the "Schnauzer"
Fine young striped cannibles gotta' eat too!
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tank tested in the Orvus 5000 Hydrostatic Fly Drowning Pool Motion Simulator...
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petegray

Martin Joergensen's picture

Pete,...

Pete,

Great fly and a really nice fish. I wish I had something like that, which went bump in the night in these parts. The only thing bumping here right now is the garbage containers scooting around due to the heavy wind... :-(

Martin

Jared DuBach's picture

Those are bad-ass! Whenever I...

Those are bad-ass! Whenever I tie stuff with long tails, the old farts here tell me it won't catch fish because the hook is so far ahead of the strike area. However, I tied my bucktail streamers with a little length and people who fish them for bass always get the strikes, expecially when fishing my yellow perch pattern. The white/striper bass hybrids LOVE them!

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