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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-22-2012, 08:16 PM Thread Starter
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Some tailfire tubes

Hi all some tailfire tubes tied last night which i tied on tungsten tubes which will hopefully sniff out an early Atlantic springer for me! They are based on some famous Atlantic patterns the Willie Gunn, Garry Dog, Calvin shrimp and a Fiery brown, hope you like them.

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Is it too much to ask for a recipe? Those are amazing to me.
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Hi Boab

Love your tube with a tungsten.
Colors combination and proportion I like it Boab.
This fly hunt for sure your home water( My dream water Spey side and Dee)
Thanks for the sharing,post Boab.
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Thanks guys i will post the recipe today when i get a chance.
Jin my local river is more remote than the Spey or Dee though i have fished these wonderful rivers you mention my favourite remains the Thurso which is a great little river only 30km long, it is not impossible for a 2 rod beat to land 20 plus salmon in a day from July-Oct (prime months) and many once they have experienced this river return year after year, other rivers close to my home are the Naver, Helmsdale which are also great salmon rivers,i am very lucky and have endless fishing for trout and salmon with little travelling involved.
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Those are serious contenders for springers, thanks for sharing
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Effective I am sure

So many ideas - these look great
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