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Happy New Year! What is everyone tying up?

Miro

Posted on: 2009/1/4 18:43


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Happy New Year one and all. I just completed a large batch of PT Nymphs, in natural and olive and felt like something less involved. That led me to various colored sucker spawn, scrambled eggs, and blood dots.

Need to tie:

Olive & Black Conehead Buggers
Caddis Pupa-cream & olive
Caddis Emerger
BWO Nymph
BWO Dry
Crow & Foam Beetles

Also need to tye ouple of patterns for a trip to the Driftless Region in WI this coming spring too. I'm SURE as people start to chime in, I'll figure out more to add to the list LOL.

Posted on: 2009/1/4 19:59
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Tonight - some dry flys with wonder wings

or wing

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Posted on: 2009/1/4 20:07
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Two wonder wings

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Posted on: 2009/1/4 21:31
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Looks good Bruno.

I haven't tied a damn thing for a few months. Once this stupid separated shoulder gets better, I plan on filling my boxes. In that case, lots of pheasant tails, various colors of hairs ears, scuds, walt's worms, zebra midges, glo bugs, green weenies, ants, al's rats, and probably a few adams to get ready for early season hatches. I can't bring myself to tie for other hatches until the time arrives to get me in the mood.

Posted on: 2009/1/4 21:34


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well, I guess we know who'll be photographing the flies for the swap.

Posted on: 2009/1/4 21:34


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Looks great Bruno, nicely done! I need to add Zebra Midges, brassies and disco midges to my list. Probably some Adams variations too. Man I best get tying.

Posted on: 2009/1/4 22:08
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MiroSlovnik wrote:
Happy New Year! What is everyone tying up?

Miro


Hey ya old dog! Happy New Year! Nice to hear from you. Lemme know when you want to go get some Mexican food - I found a new place that has some awesome tacos. Take care Buddy......Ed

PS - Oh yeah: I'm tying Sulphurs next.

Posted on: 2009/1/4 22:59


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I've been working on a box for a benefit auction for my daughter's school. I've got some "show" pcs with giant stone fly nymphs and deer hair poppers, but the majority of the box is the standards...HEs, PTs, comparaduns, parachutes, wooly buggers, caddis, etc.

PS JayL...how'd you pop the shoulder? Tying can be good therapy!!!

Posted on: 2009/1/5 4:47


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Unlike most of the gents thus far I've been focusing on salt for bones in a couple weeks. Bonefish bitters, crazy charlies, gotchas and furry foam crabs. Hopefully I'll find some interested fish to eat my flies!

Posted on: 2009/1/5 8:05
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Mostly early season trout stuff - whipped up some stonefly nymphs last night. I'm also doing some bonefish and cuda flies as I'm thinking about attempting a "trout bum" budget trip to the Keys in March.
Studentof the stream:
Have some photos of your bonefish trip to share with us. There's too many trout/steelhead guys on this site - they need some motivation to try saltwater.

Posted on: 2009/1/5 8:13






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