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Re: Tricos

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Oh, and to add, I have found the experimentation with tying tricos backwards and my crafty tail replication has been nothing more than a hassle. In fact I am about 50/50 on whether putting tails is even necessary as I am doing just as well without them.

Posted on: 2010/6/20 11:52


Re: Tricos

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I have a great recipe for Tricos.

Take a fine screened net with you during the next Trico hatch and catch about 5000-6000 tricos and then mold them into burger patties. Grill on an open fire until cooked thoroughly. High in protein.

Posted on: 2010/6/20 12:12


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LL's trico cluster bomb cleaned house. I was very impressed. I think it was tied w/ a shoelace, Easter basket grass, and spun hair from a unicorn. At any rate, the young man handed me my a** Saturday morning. Tried to mug him in the parking lot to take the fly but those young guys are fast!

Posted on: 2010/6/22 11:55


Re: Tricos

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Does E. Hille carry unicorn hair?

Posted on: 2010/6/22 12:45
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Re: Tricos

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Not sure if E hille.........Im pretty sure I got my last batch from Rod, it worked great for the Hexagenia wings for the epic hatch on the LL last year!

Posted on: 2010/6/22 12:57


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I got a free sampler in my don's sculpin kit.

Posted on: 2010/6/22 12:58


Re: Tricos

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Whoops.....back to this crap again! LOL

Posted on: 2010/6/22 13:14


Re: Tricos

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@David, Thanks for the shout out to my website. I appreciate it very much.

For everyone, here is a link to all of the flies on flyrecipes.com that have been tagged as Trico's: http://bit.ly/d4j3qn

Best,
Joe

Posted on: 2010/6/22 21:52


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joemathis wrote:
@David, Thanks for the shout out to my website. I appreciate it very much.

For everyone, here is a link to all of the flies on flyrecipes.com that have been tagged as Trico's: http://bit.ly/d4j3qn

Best,
Joe


Thanks for the link most of those are to intricate for my simple mind. The funny thing I noticed was they are all rated 3 stars no superior pattern. You'd think 1 would stand out of the crowd.


All nice ties though IMO

Posted on: 2010/6/23 0:11
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Re: Tricos

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E Hille just got done dying a fresh batch of unicorn hair. Better get it quick, that stuff flys off their shelves.

Posted on: 2010/6/23 8:46


Re: Tricos

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@David, Thanks for the shout out to my website. I appreciate it very much.

For everyone, here is a link to all of the flies on flyrecipes.com that have been tagged as Trico's: http://bit.ly/d4j3qn


Ya but those ties are clearly west coast and totally irrelevant. Who's ever heard of a 18 trico? LOL. Just kidding of course, that is a great site you have there and I am sure it will hi-jack a fair amount of my day today! Thanks!

Posted on: 2010/6/23 14:11


Re: Tricos

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@David, Thanks for the shout out to my website. I appreciate it very much.

For everyone, here is a link to all of the flies on flyrecipes.com that have been tagged as Trico's: http://bit.ly/d4j3qn


Ya but those ties are clearly west coast and totally irrelevant. Who's ever heard of a 18 trico? LOL. Just kidding of course, that is a great site you have there and I am sure it will hi-jack a fair amount of my day today! Thanks!


That's kinda what I was thinking! They are very nice ties though. Lets see some of them on a size 26!

Posted on: 2010/6/23 14:19
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Re: Tricos

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That's kinda what I was thinking! They are very nice ties though. Lets see some of them on a size 26!


Just shrink the image by 50% and you got a 26! LOL!

Posted on: 2010/6/23 14:23


Re: Tricos

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Thanks for all the notes and fun. I appreciate the kind words about the site.

You're right about the sizes. Many are a bit big for Tricos but I don't tell folks what they can/cannot upload. I personally find the easiest way for me to translate a #18 pattern into #26 is to squint real hard. Once the #18 becomes fuzzy and indistinguishable I tie it since I can't see a #26 anyways I figure that's about what it looks like...

@littlelehigh - just fyi... All recipes start with a 3 star rating. I figure that's fair for everyone.

Best,
Joe

Posted on: 2010/6/23 14:38
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Re: Tricos

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so are the current "paraleps" i'm seeing on the LL a factor? I'm talkin' dries/spinners. the times i've seen them they were thick and i thought they were tricos but they never fell...or do they fall later in the day. i was out from 6am to 10:30 and dint see one fall to the water.

thanks
Jeff

Posted on: 2010/6/24 12:33



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