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Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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I'm in. I'll do a crippled flymph.

Posted on: 2/5 6:02
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Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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I'm in, with a halfback. #10

Posted on: 2/5 6:25

Edited by lv2nymph on 2014/2/5 6:54:07
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Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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I'm in, I'll try and figure out what pattern here today.

Posted on: 2/5 8:13


Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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I'm in as well. Not sure what pattern yet. Just saw this post and need to run for work. Maybe a maddie wet. One more thing when will they need to be done by?

GenCon

Posted on: 2/5 8:16
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Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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I"ll play, Double Standard.

Posted on: 2/5 11:44


Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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1. Me: March brown nymph
2. Sniperfreak223: crunchy caddis, hare's ear soft hackle
3. Dc410: golden stonefly nymph
4. Allen_s: tungsten polish woven nymph
5. Tctrout: partridge and orange
6. Krptt243: baetis hotspot jig nymph
7. Busterwants2fish: McPhail caddis or Czech cat nip
8. Mario66pens: sulfur nymph
9. Delta_dog: sulfur soft hackle
10. C_nesbella: pheasant tail soft hackle
11. Keiths: crippled flymph
12. Lv2nymph: halfback
13. Hbgbswanson: tbd
14. Gencon: tbd
15. Eunanhendron: double standard

OK! That's 15. Those spots went a little quicker than I thought they would. I'll pm my info shortly. I'm still thinking we should shoot for March 15, though if I get everyone's flies sooner obviously I'll send them out early. Looking forward to seeing everyone's ties! I don't recognize some of the fly names - halfback, flymph, double standard are all new to me.

Posted on: 2/5 13:15


Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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Quote:

jeremymcon wrote:
I don't recognize some of the fly names - halfback, flymph, double standard are all new to me.


That is one thing I really enjoyed with the first swap I was involved in. Looking up all of these different patterns and learning a lot about the ones that I didn't know. I never heard of the halfback either. I googled it and it is a pretty sweet looking tie. I can't wait to see Jack's version of it ....... sure to be a fish catcher!

Posted on: 2/5 13:29


Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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My fly box is ready for some variety! I got a shipment of tungsten beads that should be here early next week, I will be churning out some wovens next week!

Posted on: 2/5 13:43


Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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Thanks John, always look forward to your ties as well. I'm excited about this swap, looks to be another really good one.

Posted on: 2/5 16:00
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Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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Jeremy,
Are you gonna PM an address ? Mine are done. Ice Day off was good timing for quick replies and quick ties.

Posted on: 2/5 18:09
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Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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Wow! That's impressive Keith. Knocked 'em out in a mere 6 hours. What was good timing for you was bad timing for me. I smashed my finger between a concrete floor and a piece of steel just minutes after I committed to this swap yesterday. After 5 stiches to basically put the end of my finger back on I am on the mend. I am going to play the role of the "crippled" fly tyer this evening and try to crank out a few flies. We'll see how it goes. I may need to give it a few days before I get real serious.

Posted on: 2/5 19:16


Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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Holy crap! Fast tying and also sucks about your hand DC. I think I'd have trouble tying with stitches in a finger. Hope you heal fast! I need to get to an actual computer, and then I'll send my address - typing out all those usernames in my smartphone is kind of a hassle. After work tonight or tomorrow morning I'll get it out to everyone.

Posted on: 2/5 19:26


Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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Ha! And here I thought I was doing ok getting two done, you the man Keith. Here's my version of the halfback. So many different color combo's there are to tie with this nymph. I'm working on several.

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Hook: Daiichi 1130 #10
Underbody: lead tape/ smooth body with tying thread
Abdomen: Uni yarn- olive/chartreuse ( woven )
Thorax: Flash nymph dubbing- yellow ( honestly it's olive )
Thorax back: Thin skin- fly specks olive/black
Rib: copper wire

Posted on: 2/5 20:48
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Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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Mine are done also.

Posted on: 2/5 20:49


Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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Holy smack batman! You boys aren't playing around. I gotta get tying...
John, bummer about your finger. It'll be weird tying at first like that, but you'll get used to it ( with my profession I've done it a time or two myself ) don't make it any easier just gotta go with the flow. Hope it stops throbbing for ya soon.

Posted on: 2/5 20:52
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