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Has anyone used tube flies before?
 
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all the time...
 
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Ok thanks for the schooling makes great sense can easily picture how theyd work well.
 
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Thanks for the links. Looks like a pretty versatile way to use flies.
 
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That's a great idea!!!
 
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oh, and one more thing... you can pack them easily and not have to worry about prickling yourself when rumaging for THE perfect fly... just sayin'.
 
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I came across a video last night called Tubeology and the guy in the video was showing how you can screw on different kinds of weighted heads on the flies or how you can attach a spinner on your fly. Have you seen this before? Is that the standard or is that something this guy came up with?
 
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thanks for turning me to that site... now i have to spend more money... (jk)

it's not your typical tube fly convention, but sure is ingenious...
 
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Hey, no problem:lol: Yeah, I thought it looked like a good idea too.
 

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