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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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IF THAT IS PEACOCK IN THE BODY, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF ADDING A GOLD BEAD AND SOME BLACK CRYSTAL FLASH TO THE TAIL, THIS IS MY GO TO LAKE FLY WHEN PROSPECTING. I PARTICULARLY LIKE TROLLING THIS FROM THE FLOAT TUBE IN DEEPER LAKES. NICE.

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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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Basic peacock soft hackle. I am really looking forward to swinging these during the grannoms. Easily one of my favorite ways to catch trout and one of the best hatches on my local streams.

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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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I've been on a thing kick lately and have just been tying lots of my staples everyday. My supply of flies was getting low. I only tie occasional when I need to and when I do I go nuts and stock boxes. And then I'll realize my fly selection is getting slim and I'll restart the process.

Posted on: 2/9 9:47


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Basic peacock soft hackle. I am really looking forward to swinging these during the grannoms. Easily one of my favorite ways to catch trout and one of the best hatches on my local streams.


+1, peacock soft hackles are my favorite grannom fly. If i see grannoms hatching I fish almost nothing but peacock soft hackles, beaded and deep in the early morning, then when the hatch kicks off either swung or dead drifted up top. I cant stop catching fish long enough to even want to try anything else

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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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I am intrigued by this fly. Recipe please! And why?

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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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Little pheasant tail jig nymph - all purple/black everything. Added some legs for the first time - any feedback is helpful.

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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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Little pheasant tail jig nymph - all purple/black everything. Added some legs for the first time - any feedback is helpful.

Brad it looks fine to me. Maybe a little more of a taper on the body. But thats if I am being picky. Overall nice job.

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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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I was inspired to tie these from Greg Strock's shop, I am calling them 'dolo-dulces', but if they are too close to Greg's I will forswear the naming and go with his. The pattern on top is one I have tied in the past with biots, but they tend to break, especially when they have caught the interest of smallies or big browns. Greg's inspiration was the use of 0-rings.

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Like that trout crack a lot...might have to copy that. Is that a piece of clear tubing on top?

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Re: What Are You Tying Today?

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actually its a tan liquid lace tubing but clear can be used

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