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    Very nice. Looks like if you aren't already you will be addicted. Some nice color combos.

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    Good job, the cotton candy one on the left near the bottom caught me before it caught a fish. All of them are nice.

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    Great looking ties
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dollfly View Post
    Good job, the cotton candy one on the left near the bottom caught me before it caught a fish. All of them are nice.
    Yep, hard to beat pink. That and grey/chartreuse with a plain head are first ones I reach for.

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    I like the color combo. of top left(grey ghost), body/tail profile of 2nd row/3rd down(tiny). Great ties, u/l 2 lb or 4 lb test should load your bucket!

    u2s

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    Nice job. It does seem to be addicting.

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    Them there are nice!


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    Top left and middle right got my attention. Both good colors, and all of them are very nice. The chartreuse one with the gray tail will do well in stained water. The white/red/chartreuse will become one of the standards that is always in your box. Very close to what I used for shad in recent weeks.
    Listen to your gut over all the other voices.

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