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    Posted: 27 May 2014 at 2:12pm
FLYs for carp what would you use & why WinkBig smileBig smileBig smileregards bob
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OOPS, my bad........ thought this title was about teaching carp to fly.I'm not having any luck in teaching cane toads to fly, they just hit the road and lay there (these ones must not be in an evolution era).

NOW onto THIS subject- up  here we have the lilly pillys that drop little fruit during summer. I often find carp underneath them (whenever the tree is overhanging water that is) and a little red ball fly or lure often gets snaffled by one of them.
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Bread fly pattern
San juan worm fly
Any small shrimp/scud pattern
I've also seen them on television landing them on fuzzle buggers/BMS style flies in black or green
hope this help's
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DO ya think any colour for the bred flys????regards bob
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we need Bushwacker he fly fishes for em.where are you steve?
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Originally posted by bassnbob bassnbob wrote:

DO ya think any colour for the bred flys????regards bob

Mate you could use anything from sheep's wool to deer hair
Cream colour to brown tie it scruffy and trim just to look like a small piece of bread same as if you was using real bread on a hook
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COOL iam on it WinkWinkregards bob
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