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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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Think I am ready for some deep water smallies.

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Posted on: 2016/2/27 13:11
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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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Thanks for the info, Mike. I will definitely be cranking out some Clousers, deceivers and half and halfs. Chartreuse and white always seem tough to beat.

Posted on: 2016/2/27 13:18


Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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dc410 - great looking squid fly. To you have a recipe for that pattern? Just moved to NYC from Lancaster and looking to get into more striper fishing this spring. Looks like a great pattern!

Posted on: 2016/2/27 15:24


Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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elonDO,

Thanks. I was inspired by a pattern that sandfly posted in a thread I started in the warmwater/saltwater forum titled "Striper Fishing". I kind of just rooted through my tying materials and threw this one together. Here is the material list of the fly I posted the photo of:

Hook: mustard C70S D size 2
Thread: 6/0 white Uni-thread
Tail: (2) short white saddle hackles
(3) strands of pearl Krystal flash - doubled over
(2) long grizzley saddle hackles
(2) long white saddle hackles
Eyes: small pearl dumbell eyes (tied Clouser style)
White marabou skirt tied in behind eyes
Body: mixture of white Ram's wool & white artic fox in dubbing loop in front of eyes and combed back past the eyes.
Head: Light grey UV ice dub - lightly singed with lighter and than marked with dots from an olive marker
Finish: coated with thin Clear Cure Goo UV resin and cured with UV light.

As I said above, I just kind of threw this one together but I kind of like the way it turned out. That is a part of fly tying that I really enjoy.

Posted on: 2016/2/27 19:38


Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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Ants Marching. Sz 16 terrestrial/hopper hook allows for a slightly larger body than a standard dry fly hook. Trout love 'em.

First real effort at tying since my shoulder rebuild.

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Posted on: 2016/2/28 15:31
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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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JT nice ants. Gencon

Posted on: 2016/2/28 19:42
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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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Thanks Mike!

Posted on: 2016/2/28 20:25
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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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Here's a few Ausable Bombers...can't wait for Spring!


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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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[quote]
wzsembik wrote:
Here's a few Ausable Bombers...can't wait for Spring!

Nice bombers

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Posted on: 2016/2/29 14:33
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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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Nice. One of my favorite dries for small streams

Posted on: 2016/2/29 18:51
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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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I've been tying up some more stuff for my Striper box. Size 2 chartreuse/white Lefty's Deceiver.

I've also been playing around with the Clear Cure Goo UV Resin. Really liking the heads that can be cured with this product, particularly for coating over the stick on eyes of the saltwater flies and increasing the durability of the fly in general.




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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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John, nicely tied. Chartreuse is always a good choice. But there is a color I would prefer. Lime green tail with white colar. I'll bring you some at the Spring jam. But great looking fly.

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Posted on: 2016/3/5 7:38
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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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I found a recipe for a goose biot baetis nymph. I tied them on a size 20 Dai Riki 3x long nymph hook (#285). I used olive, dark brown and ginger colored biots. Looking forward to trying this pattern out!

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Posted on: 2016/3/5 20:00


Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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I've been a streamer junkie lately

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