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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Aug 1999
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    Paw Paw, Michigan
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    New Eye Meat Flies coming

    Mike and I have been talking about making some cool meat flies, consisting of slightlly sparser bodies of the longer tinsel that Mike uses. He's supplyIng some bodies for the Great Lakes Troller Super Salmon Schools coming up. Should be some cool product. We're hoping to have the rest of the compOnents in the tackle
    bags to teach how to tie your own. Thanks Mike!
    Dave Mull
    Paw Paw, MI

  2. #2
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    Aug 2007
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    Sweet Home Chicago
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    Gotta love sushi flies!

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jul 2006
    Location
    Marquette, MI
    Posts
    93

    #36 Sush Eye

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Mull View Post
    Mike and I have been talking about making some cool meat flies, consisting of slightlly sparser bodies of the longer tinsel that Mike uses. He's supplyIng some bodies for the Great Lakes Troller Super Salmon Schools coming up. Should be some cool product. We're hoping to have the rest of the compOnents in the tackle
    bags to teach how to tie your own. Thanks Mike!
    The "Sushi" flies are here now Dave, and available on the website! Here is the #36 Sush Eye paired with a Sushi Green Glow hook set. The hook sets have a rear 5/0 and front 4/0 Matzuo, with extended glow beads that work extremely well. A copper wire under the snell to hold your choice of meat and a longer but thinner than normal, flashy fly makes it a "sushi" rig.

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    Yooperdad
    Mike's Eyeflies
    www.eyeflies.com

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Jul 2006
    Location
    Marquette, MI
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    Dan Keating did a salmon seminar in Marquette yesterday for 100 participants, the first time Dan has been in the UP and he was indeed well received by the sell out crowd.

    When asked about running meat rigs, Dan admitted that he has personally not made a great effort with meat rigs, but has used them occasionally. Then he suggested "sushi flies" as a much easier and at the same time an effective alternative for those wishing to experiment with meat.

    Very interesting
    Yooperdad
    Mike's Eyeflies
    www.eyeflies.com

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