COAF Damsel Fly Works, Too!

By / April 12, 2015 / Bass, Bluegill

Tied a White COAF Foam Damsel Fly and fished Kroger Park this morning. Saw several nice looking Bass chasing bait fish in the shallows but none wanted the fishing fly. Luckily, the little Bass and one Bluegill really liked the fly! Posted a couple of pictures of two below and a video clip of today’s action!


 


 

PS: Checked out Bethany this evening; managed to hook up with four Bass.  All went for the COAF Foam Damsel Fly!


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Steve

That Foam Damsel Fly looks an interesting one. The rubber legs would give a lot of movement. A friend of mine tied me up some Dragon Fly Nymphs or mudeyes as we call them, made with deer hair, bead eyes and rubber legs. On the first cast with the fly, I hooked a stocked rainbow and ended up catching and releasing 42 on that evening. A fantastic fly.
You have some nice looking ponds and lakes in your town.It's great to have such fine fishing close to home.
Cheers,
Steve.

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trtfshng84

Thanks Steve, it is a simple pattern that uses a minimal amount of material. Glad to hear the Trout are biting over there!.

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Stephen Hynes

I was wondering if you might like to swap some flies? I do not tie my own but maybe you might be interested in some OZ fly patterns such as the Geehi Beetle, Snowy Mountains Hopper or Gum Beetle. I'd be very keen to see and fish some of the flies you use. Let me know if you're interested.
Cheers,
Steve.

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trtfshng84

Hi Steve, thanks for the offer but will pass on it. But, do give fly tying a try. The patterns we tie our meant to be simple but effective. We also tie fishing flies as we tend to lose a lot over the course of the year. Thanks again!

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