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Had a question. A bunch of people mentioned a stud fly but when I looked on the attomik site to grab a few the listing got me a little turned around about what fly people were talking about. There is one hammer live lime fly that is also labeled with (stud fly) next to it. There are a few other flies labeled as being some variation of a stud fly I attached pictures as examples. I am guessing that it would be one of the flies that are similar to each other. The one fly being labeled as a stud fly but looking so different from the others threw me off. Can someone let me know which one is actually a stud fly?Screenshot_20180724-154131_Chrome.jpgScreenshot_20180724-154156_Chrome.jpgScreenshot_20180724-155253_Chrome.jpgScreenshot_20180724-155302_Chrome.jpg

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I guess what I was asking is when someone says they are using a stud fly are they really just referring to a variation of a hammer fly like in the first picture? Or do they mean a completely different color fly? The last 3 pictures are all stud flies with slight variations but all 3 are very similar to each other unlike the fly in the first picture. Not really a big deal I am going to order both I'm just trying to wrap my head around what people mean.

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The second one is the original, the rest are variations. Hammers are still tried and true. When the next new fly gets mentioned everybody will grab that.  

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Yes, the site's labeling is confusing. Also, when I receive my flies, all they have is a number, so I have no idea what they are. Frankly, I don't want to go back online to find out when I have the fly right in hand, and all I have is a number that means nothing. On the other hand, I always end up with flies and lures out of the package and I have no idea what they are anyways, do I guess it doesn't matter!

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On ‎7‎/‎24‎/‎2018 at 4:00 PM, carhartt123 said:

Had a question. A bunch of people mentioned a stud fly but when I looked on the attomik site to grab a few the listing got me a little turned around about what fly people were talking about. There is one hammer live lime fly that is also labeled with (stud fly) next to it. There are a few other flies labeled as being some variation of a stud fly I attached pictures as examples. I am guessing that it would be one of the flies that are similar to each other. The one fly being labeled as a stud fly but looking so different from the others threw me off. Can someone let me know which one is actually a stud fly?Screenshot_20180724-154131_Chrome.jpgScreenshot_20180724-154156_Chrome.jpgScreenshot_20180724-155253_Chrome.jpgScreenshot_20180724-155302_Chrome.jpg

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The S528 and S528X are my two favorite of the studs. 

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