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Egg Pattern

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Does anyone have the steps for tying a salmon egg pattern? I know it's supposed to be simple but I have never done it. I am referring to using yarn but how does one hid the thread?

Thanks in advance.

Posted on: 2007/3/18 19:10


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http://www.akflyfishers.com/fom_Globug.html

Or do what I do and spend 59cents at the craft store...skewer the pom-pom with the. Sometimes I even put a drop of superglue to hold it fast. Most times I don't bother. I don't fish them very often.

Posted on: 2007/3/18 19:30


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I never thought of the pom-pom thing. I might have to try that!

Posted on: 2007/3/18 20:34


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I use McFly Foam for my eggs. there are various materials that you can use for them.

Posted on: 2007/3/18 20:46
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Alaskan deep six egg

http://www.alaskaflyfishingonline.com/afb/deep6egg.html

I use bead-chain instead of dumbell eyes. Bloody simple and effective for me.

beeber

Posted on: 2007/3/20 7:59


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I tied a bunch of these for steelies on Ontario tribs. Used them one day in high water conditions and hooked a big male that made me look silly. Went straight downstream and shook it free like it was a joke to him. Landed a nice little brown and a nice little steelie though later that day out of the chocolate milk I was fishing in.

I don't know if this will come up as a link. Cut and paste if not.

http://flyfisherman.com/ftb/ffmbeststeel/index1.html

Easy to tie and they look like organic tissue when wet.

Posted on: 2007/3/22 10:20


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Here's the fish I caught. I've never posted a pic and I wanted to try. If it works, you can see the egg pattern in the net with the fish.

Posted on: 2007/3/22 10:47


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I'll try again.

Posted on: 2007/3/22 10:49


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File's too large........??????????........I guess I need to catch smaller fish.

Computers frustrate me.

Posted on: 2007/3/22 10:52






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