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Triple Bunny, Quadruple Bunny, And The Assembly Line

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Couple pics

 

Triple Bunny

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Quadruple Bunny

I raised the top double bunny a bit off of where it actually sits on the fly, just to show how its put in, and the size difference....and the colours of it

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Think its time for me to get a box for these guys?

 

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And to add to the Hey Rusty Post, my assembly line...

 

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Perhaps you should just start putting hooks on to full rabbit skins. lol That's a lot of fur on those hooks, it's gonna be like throwing a sweatsock.

 

Nice ties brent

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hahaha...i can't wait

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To heck with the skin, tie on the whole rabbit. Just think of the realistic kicking action to draw in the bulls. You might have problems dying the skin though.

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All that wet rabbit fur will weight as much as a standard poodle. :rolleyes:

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coming up next on Fox Network...When Fly Tyers Get Bored...see incredibly useless patterns being tied by Alberta's most reknowned experts of the vise... :lol:

 

just for the record brent, my double jointed bunny ate your quadruple...measures out at 12.5 inches...LMAO :D

 

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aaahahahahah

 

tell me that thing has a stinger in it...hahahah *hit thats funny

 

If you look at the pic of my windowsill, the white one is 11" long...u still win haha

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tied on three separate hooks...i'm working on one right now for the guiness book...i call the record breaker "The Black Mamba"... :lol::lol:

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gotta tie it all double bunnied up though, and at least 4 feet long :P

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Why stop at 3? Go big or go home. I wanna see some one tie something with 24 joints or more and is at least 3 feet long. We'll have a contest at the FFE show to see who can cast it the farthest. :lol:

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Why stop at 3? Go big or go home. I wanna see some one tie something with 24 joints or more and is at least 3 feet long. We'll have a contest at the FFE show to see who can cast it the farthest. :lol:

 

 

weighted or unweighted...i'm already in the progress of one...

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unweighted, harder to cast a bigger thing that doesn't have weight behind it..specially when it will be like tossing a piece of paper

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If this is a Long winter I can see some one having a fly that needs to be folded in 1/2 to fit in the driftboat.

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If this is a Long winter I can see some one having a fly that needs to be folded in 1/2 to fit in the driftboat.

 

 

it's a work in progress... ;) taking pics as i go too...

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That's not even a bull trout in ur pic is it..its 19 rabbit strips

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lmao and to think i actualy tied tem to fish...and did so...then posted too share...flava flave or wut...lets make another cometition andy..if u only new were i was with teh 3D full size fish patterns im tying...lmao friger is going to have a 6 inch girth and hopefuly 16_ long... called..suckafeeshe! actualy got a few half assed diagrams i drew up while "working"...just gotta sit down for the hour and crank the biatch out...

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if u only new were i was with teh 3D full size fish patterns im tying...

 

 

you and me both... ;)

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