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Old 05-07-2012, 08:09 PM   #1
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fly fishing for bass.. fly pattern help

so this weekends fly fishing for bass didnt go so well... it was our first time on the lake in a new boat. We caught a few, but nothing to show off. So here is my question. Do yall have any specific fly patterns that work real well with bass? We threw clousers and decievers, poppers and buggers of all diferent sizes and colors. Nothing worked well. The tournament fishers said they were hitting rubber lizards and the like, Ive googled looking for a lizard pattern and all i find is the geezus lizard which is just a crawdad. Any non-topwater baitfish patterns or whatever would be great.. just a name of the pattern or youtube video that we could tie from.

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so this weekends fly fishing for bass didnt go so well... it was our first time on the lake in a new boat. We caught a few, but nothing to show off. So here is my question. Do yall have any specific fly patterns that work real well with bass? We threw clousers and decievers, poppers and buggers of all diferent sizes and colors. Nothing worked well. The tournament fishers said they were hitting rubber lizards and the like, Ive googled looking for a lizard pattern and all i find is the geezus lizard which is just a crawdad. Any non-topwater baitfish patterns or whatever would be great.. just a name of the pattern or youtube video that we could tie from.

thanks!

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