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Re: Fender Deer Hair Emerger

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The one downside of this pattern that I see is that there is no post to keep an eye on. However, my plan is to paint the glue dot with a Loon colored head cement, so you can see it better on the water. I don't know if it will work, but it is worth a shot.

In my research last night, it seems that the best product out is the CCG. I picked up a syringe of thin and tack free thick to try out.

Posted on: 2013/2/11 12:55
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Re: Fender Deer Hair Emerger

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I'd like to hear how you make out with that CCG.

Posted on: 2013/2/11 20:35
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Re: Fender Deer Hair Emerger

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I use the thin CCG on a juju midge that I tie. It sets nicely and holds up well. I wish I could give you a comparison to Loon or other products, but I have only used the CCG. I would recommend it.

Posted on: 2013/2/11 22:20


Re: Fender Deer Hair Emerger

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I saw that post and tied a few last week using biot and quill bodies ( go figuer) :). I will say i think a dubbed or pheasant body would be ideal. Also it was super easy. No trial needed with this one, just push and glue.

Posted on: 2013/2/12 1:11


Re: Fender Deer Hair Emerger

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I never used CCG or any of the others. I'm curious how much weight would this add to the fly?
Mike.

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Re: Fender Deer Hair Emerger

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A drop of glue? Probably would not effect it much. I mean we put drops of glue on the heads of our flies all the time.

Posted on: 2013/2/12 21:46
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Re: Fender Deer Hair Emerger

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Not enough to sink the fly. Maybe on a 20 or below i can see possible issues

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Re: Fender Deer Hair Emerger

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Sweet.

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Re: Fender Deer Hair Emerger

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Whoever ties one of these remember we want to see it.

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Re: Fender Deer Hair Emerger

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Here are the first two I did. They are sulphur emergers. I painted the glue dot on the first one, I don't really like it. I might change my mind if it produces on the water though. It floated pretty well. I added more ha I r to the second one.

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Posted on: 2013/2/14 11:48
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Re: Fender Deer Hair Emerger

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Try puffy paint for an indicator dot in the center of it. (the stuff you get at michael's to paint on t-shirts).

George taught us about using it at the Bean tying class. I put drops of it on my black foam beetles.

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Re: Fender Deer Hair Emerger

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Looking good Shane.

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Re: Fender Deer Hair Emerger

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Nice fly becker. thanks for posting that link.

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Re: Fender Deer Hair Emerger

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Explain the point of this, please?
It requires some sort of electronic device to make.
It seems far more fiddly than simply making a post.
You can always clip a post, but you can't add one ot this thing.
Hair cracks and breaks off.

Just because you can doesn't mean you should.

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Re: Fender Deer Hair Emerger

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You do not need an electronic device. You could use any glue and it would work. Just sets faster. I have no idea what the point is, other then to catch fish. Just something different to try. Some people like deer hair things better then hackle such it is cheaper. I have hair flies in my box and never had any of them get brittle. Saw the pattern and shared it that is all.

Posted on: 2013/2/15 17:25
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