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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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a few zonkers yesterday. didn't realize that taking pictures of flys could be that difficult. I am just as impressed with you gouy's photography as i am your bench skills.

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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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by lv2nymph on 2015/2/23 6:41:30

Tioga, you're being a little hard on yourself I think they'll work the trick just fine.


I know...just have always been my toughest critic. Nice flies everyone.

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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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by lv2nymph on 2015/2/23 6:41:30

Tioga, you're being a little hard on yourself I think they'll work the trick just fine.


I know...just have always been my toughest critic. Nice flies everyone.


I hear you. I am my worst critic as well. That being said your flys look good. They are nice clean ties. Well done.

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Posted on: 2015/2/23 11:04
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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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by lv2nymph on 2015/2/23 6:41:30

Tioga, you're being a little hard on yourself I think they'll work the trick just fine.


I know...just have always been my toughest critic. Nice flies everyone.


I hear you. I am my worst critic as well. That being said your flys look good. They are nice clean ties. Well done.

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Posted on: 2015/2/23 12:21
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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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Just a few nymphs

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Posted on: 2015/2/23 14:46
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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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Tied up a few of one of my favorite soft hackle patterns. This is a size 14 Soft Hackle Pheasant Tail flashback. Great pattern for when the sulphers start poppin'. Can't wait for the jam!

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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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Nice John, material list please? Hard to tell from the pics.

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Posted on: 2015/2/23 16:37
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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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Nice John, material list please? Hard to tell from the pics.

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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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sorry for the multiple post

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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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Again, sorry for the multiple entries - was having a real computer moment!

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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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Yeah, sorry for the quality of the photos, Mike. Here is the materials list:

Hook: Daiichi 1550 size 14
Thread: Pearsall's silk - hot orange
Tail: Natural Pheasant tail fibers
Body: Natural Pheasant tail fibers
Flashback: single strand of green flashabou over the back and under the rib.
Rib: Copper ultra wire - size Brassie
Hackle: Hungarian partridge soft hackle

I think I will log off now before I blow up something! LOL.

Posted on: 2015/2/23 16:58


Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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Look at you Andrew!! You snuck off and came back an excellent tier! Really nice looking ties. John I love the crows flies, love your thinking at the vise. Mike that's a great looking dry there, that will get some attention. Really great ties by all.
Sunday before heading out I tied a few to replenish stock that I ran out of. It's a happy coincidence that I did because all of the trout I caught were caught on those.
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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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Tigereye I had the same thought, some excellent photos here! I sure can't match them. Digging those red & white ones, have you used that pattern before and if yes how has it been working for ya?


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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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March brown emerger for this spring.

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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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Sarce,

I fish over alot of stocked fish and the red and white is attractive to the stockies. Once they get edumacated, not as much so. It works really well on bass and pickerel in summer.

I tie another variation, though not pictured here that is probably my favorite that works wonders through the fall. Tied with a dark olive rabbit strip, pearlescent body and red hackle (gills). It mimicks a shiner or small chub found in the Lehigh. I will post pic after I tie a few up. That one is money in the bank on high flow days.

The gold/yellow one is also good on alot of pocono area streams that have "dark" tea colored water from the tannic acid draining the miriad of swamps in the area. The Lehigh and Tobyhanna being the two I fish most. It is not as productive on the clearer freestones ie Brodheads and McMichaels the dont have the tannic acid influence. The olive one or the white one are my choices there.

Posted on: 2015/2/23 19:59



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