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Re: What are you tying today ?

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One for the medium weight box, #10 5/32 tungsten bead

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Tc, I first tied them in #12 and they proved productive, been meaning to tie them that size for awhile. You're right they're a good one to have.

Posted on: 6/24 21:10
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Re: What are you tying today ?

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jack that looks sweet,it looks woven.I have an oliver Edwards dvd on woven flys,and can't wait to start practicing.I think they will sink faster, being smooth,rather then hairy.What do you think about tieing them hook up so that they wont snag as easy.

Posted on: 6/24 21:47


Re: What are you tying today ?

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tomitrout wrote:
Tied up a few #14 Adams using the classic recipe last night, then spiced one up with some cinnamon uv dub...

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Delicious.

Posted on: 6/25 4:33


Re: What are you tying today ?

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IneFishent wrote:
Size 14 beadhead psycho prince nymphs and some pats stoneflies for my trip to Wyoming next month.

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Works.

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Re: What are you tying today ?

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bunch of other crap in this thread

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Re: What are you tying today ?

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Thanks Mike, yep it's woven. I love the look that's achieved with that. You'll like Oliver's vid. on weaving I think he did a nice job with it. You're right streamlined ties rocket to the bottom, I think anytime you tie so the hook rides up you get less snags and when you do it tends to come off easier.

Posted on: 6/25 6:29
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Re: What are you tying today ?

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Hoping to fish the susky for the first time this weekend.

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Re: What are you tying today ?

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I "tied" 6 of the ants made with the drawer liner last night. Three in black, three in red.

Posted on: 6/25 12:49
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Re: What are you tying today ?

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Can't keep these on my line. don't look like much but in the water they come alive. made with 4 links, 2 hooks and 3" long total. been cut off a few times in the local lakes (pickerel or musky) have to tie a perch and a black and white one next.

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Posted on: 6/25 14:30
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Re: What are you tying today ?

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Big, heavy woven nymphs. These are on a size 10 2x long hook. I think in this size they could be taken as a brown stone fly nymph or as a large mayfly nymph. Could also just be a general attractor pattern. I'm planning Ning to tie some in size 8 2xl as well. Should be good for getting me flies down deep in faster water. I used olive barred sexi-floss for the legs (a material that I just recently discovered and really like using), and moose hair for the tails.

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Re: What are you tying today ?

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Heavy heart, jk. while tying these they landed like that and I thought it was kinda funny. Tying some anchor flies, GD's cat nip. #6, 3/16 tungsten bead, with half again of that weight with tungsten thread. You can see it adds very little bulk to the hook, but lots of weight. I had taken notice to the fact that with my favorite two fly rig it always seems to take roughly the same amount of split shot to get me bumpin the bottom on those super fast/ deep runs. So I figured out what the difference was and added it on. The hot spot started out as an indicator to the additional weight on the fly, tried to make it as small as possible. I love tungsten thread.

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Holy crap #6 Gd's cat nip? That's a big fly! And I thought I was tying be heavy flies on size 8 and 10 hooks...

Posted on: 6/25 21:01


Re: What are you tying today ?

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perch is done, waiting to hit the lakes.

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Posted on: 6/25 21:02
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Re: What are you tying today ?

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That's a really nice perch.

Posted on: 6/25 21:27


Re: What are you tying today ?

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Whitlock's fox squirrel, gettin jiggy with it...

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Posted on: 6/25 21:31
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Re: What are you tying today ?

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Nice flies everyone, I have been messing around with a version of the claw dad fly...although I am not using Kraft's original legs. Time to target some small mouth!!!

Posted on: 6/26 6:29



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