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Re: Tying for spring

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to kinda combine a few different previous posts to this thread , a common slufur emerger pattern is lemon wood duck fibers for the tail , brown quil for the body , light cream for the thorax (a ball) with hackle on the top side of the thorax only , i can't take pics of flys close up , not sure how u guys are doing it , the flash whites it out , i am off base here but oh well , sorry guys

Posted on: 2010/1/28 20:33


Re: Tying for spring

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TS,

That's my favorite sulphur emerger pattern, except I basically tie a PT nymph for the back half.

Try killing the flash and using macro mode (the flower icon) on your camera.

Posted on: 2010/1/28 20:45


Re: Tying for spring

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Hi Jay - maybe we can get the left handed one to show us his presentation of bugs and their immitations. I think you'd like what he's put together. It's the perfect answer to your questions. I'll talk to him if he doesn't respond to this thread. Our next tying get-together might be a really good one!

H.A.

Posted on: 2010/1/29 10:16


Re: Tying for spring

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Heritage-Angler wrote:
Hi Jay - maybe we can get the left handed one to show us his presentation of bugs and their immitations. I think you'd like what he's put together. It's the perfect answer to your questions. I'll talk to him if he doesn't respond to this thread. Our next tying get-together might be a really good one!

H.A.


I am there.

Posted on: 2010/1/29 10:35


Re: Tying for spring

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thanks guys , i'll try your camera suggestion jay .

Posted on: 2010/1/29 12:02


Re: Tying for spring

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My favorite GD pattern.

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Re: Tying for spring

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Nice, tan hair body works well for the duns..Is that cree?

Posted on: 2010/1/29 19:14


Re: Tying for spring

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I tied something similar to that for the brown drakes last year... just had a dark brown elk hair as a body. Both the duns and the spinners worked well once it got dark.

Posted on: 2010/1/29 20:09
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Re: Tying for spring

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Al Caucci`s dubbing called spectrum dubbing is based on color prism i believe, the late bob nastasi, his partner, was an artist and art director , if i`m not mistaken i believe he uses just four or five colors of different blends to come up with colors to match each speices, he developed them for the picky fish on the big d,

Posted on: 2010/1/31 8:25
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Re: Tying for spring

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Emerging Sulphur

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Re: Tying for spring

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Dave,

Is that antron?

I've heard you'll be tying in Allentown again soon. Looking forward to it.

Posted on: 2010/2/1 15:01


Re: Tying for spring

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Before the spinnerfall last year at the JAM I had a good amount of strikes on an emerger pattern. It was just my caddis emerger in a light color, but didn't get anything on a typical catskill. I think I'm going to tie a real sulphur emerger this year and that one looks pretty good. Is the antron wrapped a few times to get the darker section on the back end and then extended for the shuck?

Posted on: 2010/2/1 15:08
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Re: Tying for spring

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Antron to suggest the thorax, legs, abdomen and tails as would be seen on the shuck. Body is @ 2/3 emerged.

There have been a few times fish seemed a bit interested

Posted on: 2010/2/1 15:20


Re: Tying for spring

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He put a slide of that up in his presentation, and I was blown away at how good it looked.

Posted on: 2010/2/1 15:35
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Re: Tying for spring

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Another awsome tie Dave! I want a set of the Dave Rothrock collectors series flies as a show piece. How much would you need for it?

Posted on: 2010/2/1 18:02
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