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Re: What is this dub?

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Jayl you and I will get along just fine hahaha

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Re: What is this dub?

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Let's reword that to what you're really trying to say in every single thread:
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Everything but the garbage I'm selling is garbage.

amirite?


You know its impolite to point out the emperor is wearing no clothes.


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Cease and Desist: "Everybody’s got something to sell."



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Parmachelle Belle.. Yuck!!! Ray Bergman flies...



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I just googled it. Nice conversation piece, but not something I'd be too interested in fishing. Impractical.

Cool looking bug, though.

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That's sort of a fancy streamerized version, put it on a standard 1xl wet hook and omit the jungle fowl eyes.

Look, at least I didn't suggest we all fish Silver Doctors.

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Back when they stocked rainbows in montana I caught quite a few on the P. belle because I loved the name.lol
Didn't work to well after that.
Use to get them for 25 cents in Delaware.regular wet fly hooks.Worked well for sunnies and crappies.Gary.

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Worked well for sunnies and crappies.Gary.


Any time I successfully pull off married wings, I'm leaving it in the box to impress guys who want to see what I fish with.

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Worked well for sunnies and crappies.Gary.


Any time I successfully pull off married wings, I'm leaving it in the box to impress guys who want to see what I fish with.


I never could get a good paired wing on wets or dries, so I learned to fish wingless, at least with regard to feather-wings. I still suggest wings on some flies with other materials. Maybe I bought cheap faethers, or just didn't read the Bible of Tying (Tyers Desk Reference) carefully enough.

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I never could get a good paired wing on wets or dries, so I learned to fish wingless, at least with regard to feather-wings. I still suggest wings on some flies with other materials. Maybe I bought cheap faethers, or just didn't read the Bible of Tying (Tyers Desk Reference) carefully enough.


I mostly just use cheap feathers, but while quill slips look great they're not the better functioning material.

Hen saddle, rolled, has better movement. It also won't act like a rudder and make the fly do whacky nonsense under the water. I tie it in, then pull it up and put a wrap under the feather to #OOPS# it up a bit.

That's probably not neccessary, but it makes me feel better about myself.

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When you say "rolled" hen hackle what do you mean? Rolled tight along the length of the stem? Pictures? Diagrams? I want to tie paired wings better.

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When you say "rolled" hen hackle what do you mean? Rolled tight along the length of the stem? Pictures? Diagrams? I want to tie paired wings better.


Pull off clump, roll it in fingers so it makes a mess. Not tying paired wings better; not tying paired wings at all.

You want them to fray and tangle anyways, a natural drowned doesn't have those pristine wings.

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When you say "rolled" hen hackle what do you mean? Rolled tight along the length of the stem? Pictures? Diagrams? I want to tie paired wings better.


Jack, here are the instructions from a site that tied the Royal Coachman wet fly. Hope this helps.

"Select a fully webbed white hen hackle and strip about half an inch of fibers from the feather. Trim the ends of the fibers and roll them between your fingers to form a "tube" or linear bunch of hackle This will become the wing."

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