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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by No Hackle View Post
    I've got a baby duck Pattern. Carried it for about 5 years now and only caught maybe 4 or 5 fish on it,but they've all been over 4lbs. made it out of spun yellow deer hair complete with orange feet. No fun to cast but worth it.
    Lynn

    That sounds pretty cool! What did you use for the feet, if you don't mind me asking?

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    I used an orange felt stuff. Wished I had a better material. not very durable, I think one or both are gone. I like the pattern above really well.
    Lynn

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    Default Turtle pattern

    I like to use live turtles when fishing for the really big bass! problem is they have an appetite for the baby ducks also.


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    Looks like he's got an appetite for your leg! Is that a snapper? Couldn't see his nose very well.

    Bill

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