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Fender Deer Hair Emerger

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I saw this pattern and found it to be really interesting. I have never seen a wing made that way, and will be giving it a try. Figured I would share. Hope you enjoy.

http://www.rodtrip.com/world_flies/fender-deer-hair-emerger/

Posted on: 2013/2/10 18:56
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Re: Fender Deer Hair Emerger

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Alright, that's pretty cool. Doesn't look like adjusting the deer hair length to the size of the fly would be too difficult. I like it, it's a good idea for an alternate way of doing a shute. Thanks for sharing Shane.

Posted on: 2013/2/10 19:05
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Re: Fender Deer Hair Emerger

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Yea no problem. I am amazed at the things that people come up with. Now I just need to get some CCG or other type of glue.

Posted on: 2013/2/10 19:12
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Re: Fender Deer Hair Emerger

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Yea, I don't have a drop of it either.

Posted on: 2013/2/10 19:23
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Re: Fender Deer Hair Emerger

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I would call it the phyllis diller, do you really need to buy more stuff?

Posted on: 2013/2/10 20:28


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Thansk for posting that Becker, I think I saw Gary Borger tie something like this with a dubbing loop. It looks nice, but I have to wonder what it would look like from the fish point of view.

Posted on: 2013/2/10 20:44
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Re: Fender Deer Hair Emerger

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I guess we won't know untill one of us tries it out.

Posted on: 2013/2/10 21:19
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Re: Fender Deer Hair Emerger

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I bet Loon UV Wader repair would work too!

Posted on: 2013/2/10 21:38


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Quote:

gentleshepherd wrote:
I bet Loon UV Wader repair would work too!


Yep, its the same thing as Loon's UV Fly Tying stuff, just different amounts. I use the loon.

Posted on: 2013/2/10 21:45


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blueheron wrote:
I would call it the phyllis diller, do you really need to buy more stuff?

Yes, now that is the question of the day isn't it? Do we need to really? I'd say no, we all have what it takes to catch trout the rest of our lives. I know I do,I have a friend he's been fly fishing & tying way longer than I have, way longer. He can carry his tying stuff in a single box, has about nine flies he ties and fishes all year round, and he's one of the most consistent anglers I know. I can't do that I think it's great that he and others can but I can't, and I admit that freely. Until I stop seeing flies that I have to tie because they just look so cool I probably will never stop buying more stuff. I must feed the need ya know. All I know is one my children better be into fly fishing and tying because when I go, I'm gonna end up with a boat load of stuff before it's all said and done. Besides hunting it's really the only avenue my money goes. So, in the end we don't need to buy more stuff, I just have to.

Posted on: 2013/2/10 21:46
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Just tied a few of these with UV LOON. I'm eager to give them a try!!!

Posted on: 2013/2/10 23:45
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You could also use zap-a- gap or duco cement for glueing the center of the "hackle"
Interesting fly for sure.

Posted on: 2013/2/11 0:04


Re: Fender Deer Hair Emerger

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Nice fly Becker. Thanks for sharing. I'd like to see how it holds up in youghmonsters water test.

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Re: Fender Deer Hair Emerger

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Nice pattern Becker, and no I don't need a new pattern. But it sure looks fun to tie. I like to tie and try different patterns, technics.

Gencon

Posted on: 2013/2/11 12:19
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thnx Becker, Now i guess ill sell off most of my Hoffman/Whiting/Metz/Keough/Chanticleer/Collins/Spencer necks and saddles. This makes using them almost obsolete.

I am curious about the UV Glues. I have used the Loon products a time or two. Not sure if Bug Bond, or Clear Cure is the best for flytying. I imagine that the thin stuff will work better for coating quills and biots.

Posted on: 2013/2/11 12:42



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