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    anyone,i am more of an oldschool tier,and am reall not familiar with all the newer or even more modern materials,I learned from an older mentor,who didnt really use alot of synthetics,What is (estaz)its ok if you get a laugh out of this question,but please give me an answer,Vinny Pastella
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    V:
    Estaz is a type of dubbing. I'm sure many saltwater guys don't even know what dubbing is, either . Dubbing is used to build up bodies on flies. Traditionally it is a material that is worked onto the thread with your fingers then wound onto the fly. Chenille is a also type of dubbing, and I'm sure you know what chenille is. But it is dubbing on a rope, so you don't have to put the dubbing on the thread yourself. All you do it wind the chenille around the hook. Estaz is just a big, flashy version of chenille. It's like cactus chenille.
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    Thanks fly tier,im very familiar with dubbing,tied thousands of freshwater flies sounds like some good stuff,vinny Pastella
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    Originally posted by hipkvw:
    I like spinning hair.
    Wow you rarely read or hear that!

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    Originally posted by hipkvw:
    Guys, I was bored I messed around....im never posting a picture of anything again I like spinning hair. I can tie that fly 10 different ways
    dont let em get to ya there just jealous i'll take a dozen, should i order em directly from you or call Orvis?


    A few years back i tied the marlin fly that is on the box that fly flex body tubeing comes in everybody questioned it ie. how the hell do you fish that why does the ballyhoo have such a curve in it etc. it seems you and me are the only ones who understand novelty flies atleast yours will catch fish..

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    Hip, after looking at the picture again, I have an idea. Just use a lighter jig head and just cast the pinky with you fly rod.

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    Ray OUCH!!! Ron
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    I knew that would strike a nerve!

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    Ray,some people call a fly that resembles a lure a flure 1/2 fly 1/2 lure
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    And I guess the only line you could use with a flure would be........(drumroll please).........

    Flure-o-carbon??? Eh? Eh? Funny stuff.... [img]tongue.gif[/img]

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    Fly TY R,LMAO good one good one,Vinny Pastella
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    Originally posted by Fly Ty R:
    And I guess the only line you could use with a flure would be........(drumroll please).........

    Flure-o-carbon??? Eh? Eh? Funny stuff.... [img]tongue.gif[/img]

    LOL....


    Ray, Didnt Chumstain cast a butterfish chunk on the flyrod??

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