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    had a great conversation with a guy from wolf river resorts in wisc. they troll a 3way rig with two bucktail flies it popular for walleye and white bass but they also get a good share of crappie. does anyone pull or push these flies for crappie? rich

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    I tie my own buck tails,I also get my tails from my hunting buddies. But mine are jigs more than flies. Post a pic of them if you can.

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    they use size 2-4 aberdeen hooks slim profile bout 2-3 inches blue over orange,green over yellow, purple over pink all with black thread . lot of u tubes pulling bucktails on the fox river,wisc

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    The Clouser Minnow is a bucktail fly, one of the most popular in the world.

    clouser minnow - Bing images



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