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Re: tying with junk

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We'll be nice, promise...

Posted on: 3/6 20:12
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Re: tying with junk

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here's an iso nymph

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Posted on: 3/6 20:13


Re: tying with junk

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Hey, where's the floss? You promised floss.

Posted on: 3/6 20:15
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Re: tying with junk

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ok. that was one of the first attempts when the nephew tried to make 'something'. Here's ISO nymphs, MB nymphs and ISO thorax. Be nice or I'll cry.

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Re: tying with junk

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What are you worried about? their awesome.

Posted on: 3/6 20:18
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Re: tying with junk

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not worried. just didn't want my chops busted too badly. lol. bad eyes and fat fingers keep me from tying what I'd like to make....they'll fish fine though.

Posted on: 3/6 20:21
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Re: tying with junk

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Those don't suck too much.

Posted on: 3/6 20:21
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Re: tying with junk

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Yes, yes they will. And probably already have.

Posted on: 3/6 20:22
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Re: tying with junk

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Alright, I see you waiting Kray. Here it is.
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Posted on: 3/6 20:37
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Re: tying with junk

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That is a very nice tie. Wish I could tie like that but l lose interest after 30 minutes.

Did I mention that my hooks and 90% of my tying supplies are from the late 80's? I went to tie some Clouser crayfish last week and the furry foam had turned to dust. LOL. I could tie vintage flies with materials that were probably packaged during that time period.

Posted on: 3/6 21:16
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Re: tying with junk

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Thanks Kray. Like to see more of your stuff from time to time.

Posted on: 3/7 6:18
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Re: tying with junk

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They look great, in my opinion. That is some thick floss as well. I have never tied these nymphs. Can you use a turkey biot or goose biot as well. I have fat fingers and think that the harder biot material would be easier for me to tie with than floss. Plus I could see it catching on the imperfections in my hands and fraying. Does this floss do this, or is it a bit more durable than the other.

I often tie up some really generic caddis when I am done tying pheasant tail. All of the left over tail fibers, can be made into some sweet cased caddis flies.

Posted on: 3/7 8:34
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Plus I could see it catching on the imperfections in my hands and fraying. Does this floss do this, or is it a bit more durable than the other.



Get a pumice stone to use on your fingers.

Posted on: 3/7 8:59
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kray look like some nice asia tyed ones there...lol

look good for a blind guy

Posted on: 3/7 10:29
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Re: tying with junk

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They look really nice. Really like the iso nymph's

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Posted on: 3/7 10:51
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