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#1 FliesNPlugs

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Posted March 25 2013 - 7:35 PM


Brinefly Innovations - Pulse Disks



 



 



 




Please don't post commercial links. Tell us about the product, show us what you did with it, give us a first hand review, but please no com links. Thanks - Alan




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Posted March 25 2013 - 7:39 PM


Also, please dont think im advertising for anyone or any company on purpose. I spoke with Bob Pops, told me how good this product is, I wanted to share it with all of you.




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Posted March 25 2013 - 7:55 PM


The inventor ties up some amazing flies as well! Be sure to check out the video!




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Posted March 25 2013 - 8:11 PM


 Like that a lot gives me an idea of two to make my own.




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Posted March 25 2013 - 8:13 PM


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 Like that a lot gives me an idea of two to make my own.





Once I recieve mine, i am going to try and make a nice swimming video. Cant hurt trying these out, they have great reviews from some of the worlds best tyers! Anyhow imagine a large floating silicone or hollow fleye with these side to side action ; swimming past a big predator....zzzzzz fish on!




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Posted March 26 2013 - 6:56 AM

Look cool. I love the action it gives the flies.


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Posted March 26 2013 - 8:42 AM


Joe,



  The owner is a nice, down to earth guy as well...and he doesn't live that far away from me.  I need to take up his offer and head over to his shop sometime and learn some more "tricks."  He has lots of great ideas that are out of the box type thinking.  He gave me bunch of things to try when we were at the Fly Tying Symposium in November.




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Posted March 26 2013 - 10:49 AM


what's the name of the product?




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Posted March 26 2013 - 4:59 PM


Pulse disc from Brinefly




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Posted March 26 2013 - 7:24 PM

I find it a bit deceptive that in the video we are told "this is how a Clouser appears without the disc...". When in fact, the Clouser is not being "retrieved" under simulated conditions as Mr. Clouser described it was designed for (i.e., The Susquehanna Strip). That said, it undeniably imparts lateral movement to every fly it is shown with in the swim tank.

For some, this is the bees knees and may very well make the difference for finicky fish. As for me, I'll not be spending my money on this product. However, if someone gave me a handful would I try them out? Probably.


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Posted March 26 2013 - 7:36 PM


Thanks guys for checking out this video



 



I had some great reviews on these pulse disks, from some of the top tyers in the game, including B. Popovics who now uses these pulse disks. Like all products out there, everyone has their opinion.



 



I think these can be deadly, especially for northeast saltwater fisherman. I think its definitley something worth trying. Possibly getting a larger fish to bite or when fish become finicky. 



 



The great thing about these disks is that they are tide with the tippet comming through the disk. Unless a fish bites you off, or you get snagged up...you wont loose these disks.....also you can switch the disks out on as many flies as possible.



 



I hear the inventor is a great guy and one hell of a tyer.



 



I thank him for inventing this product, wish him all the best, and look forward to fishing with these pulse disks!




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Posted March 26 2013 - 7:39 PM


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Joe,



  The owner is a nice, down to earth guy as well...and he doesn't live that far away from me.  I need to take up his offer and head over to his shop sometime and learn some more "tricks."  He has lots of great ideas that are out of the box type thinking.  He gave me bunch of things to try when we were at the Fly Tying Symposium in November.





Thats all ive heard about him. Thats awesome! Love seeing these new inventions. I absoloutley agree in the video to the way the flies swim as well. All flies have their swimming limits....clousers....decievers....they all swim to their limits. With these disks....it adds movement that I think is excellent and really mimics the general baitfish. I hope he does well!




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Posted March 26 2013 - 7:44 PM


You can use your search engine and search brine fly pulse disks...you will find the video on the website.




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Posted March 27 2013 - 12:57 PM

Joe -- Those pulse disks are pretty damn good, and they do make a fly wiggle like crazy. I actually tried them on the beach down in IBSP with BobPop, where the owner Jim was fishing the jetty with them. I'm not usually too into the fly-as-lure thing, but they really work extremely well. Haven't spent any time actually fishing them hard, but they certainly perform as advertised.



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Posted March 27 2013 - 8:03 PM

they wiggle but do they catch?


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