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Let's Talk Fluke Teasers

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Quite a few Noreasters have been getting the jump on the coming season by and e-mailing me asking about my B/S rig and the teasers that I like to use on it above the sinker.

I think that this would be a good time to illustrate a few patterns that have worked for us on the Lep over the past two seasons.

I also believe this would be a good time because of the proximity of the Freeport Show, at which one of the best if not THE best teaser creator I know of will be exhibiting and selling his products. I'm talking about our own Tom/"Reelteasers." You can catch him sharing a booth with the good Capt. Neil and Al "Rodprof" Goldberg. That booth will therefore have 3 of the nicest guys you will ever meet in attendence, there to answer your questions, show their wares and maybe even make a sale or two.

Anyways, here in no particular order are a few patterns that I consider "Must Haves" when I go for the flat ones:

First up is the "Squid Fly." This one works well mid-Summer when we see those tiny blue and white scratches on the fish finder scattered just over the bottom. I like it with a small piece of fish-bait on it - I prefer a tiny spearing - maybe 2" long max:

This post edited by Leprechaun 08:21 PM 09/20/2013


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Beautiful fluke teasers! Traditional saltwater fly tying for bass, albies and blues isn't new to me, however tying fluke teasers is new.

Could use some help please..

1) is there a particular hook or size hook you use for your epoxy minnow type teasers?

2) How do you typically rig a teaser onto a fluke rig? Tie a dropper loop above the bucktail and simply put the teaser on the dropper loop?

appreciate your help.
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