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Sally

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Little yellow, 14 2xl, biot body, collins light ginger cree hackle,
low flairing deer hair wing, still looks good supersized.

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Posted on: 2013/2/16 10:56


Re: Sally

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Nice tie! That ginger cree hackle gives it a really good look.

Posted on: 2013/2/16 11:39


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What's ginger cree....barred ginger?

Posted on: 2013/2/16 12:11
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Re: Sally

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Light ginger cree, Collins names his crees, this one is light ginger as opposed to just ginger , and they are all barred, another specialty of Collins

Posted on: 2013/2/16 15:05


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Light ginger cree, Collins names his crees, this one is light ginger as opposed to just ginger , and they are all barred, another specialty of Collins


I used to buy 2-2.5K worth of necks from Collins back in the mid 90's for my shop. I used to go to his basement & pick out what I wanted. I'm sure it's just a barred ginger unless he's bleaching the natural cree. My guess is he is re-naming them to get more dollars for them. Nothing wrong with that if there's a market. He had some amazing color names for his necks. I still have some of the more odd colors in my stash....like bronze dun , which is beautiful!


Anychance you could take a photo of your neck? PM me if you can. Thanks.

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I think he gets a little fun out of his names, when your life revolves around chickens you probably get it where you find it. I could say it's a barred lt. ginger variant, I bought it a good while ago and wrote lt. ginger cree on the bag, that's what he called it, and looking pretty threadbare but I'll grab a picture of it for you.

Posted on: 2013/2/16 17:45


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I think he gets a little fun out of his names, when your life revolves around chickens you probably get it where you find it. I could say it's a barred lt. ginger variant, I bought it a good while ago and wrote lt. ginger cree on the bag, that's what he called it, and looking pretty threadbare but I'll grab a picture of it for you.


I do miss going up to visit him.

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Nice tie BH. I tend to just use a yellow cdc and elk.

I was talking to Collins at the show, seems like he is doing a lot better. Very nice guy.

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Re: Sally

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Nicely done Blue, that is some good looking hackle. And yes he is a good man.

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Respect. Very nice bug.

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Re: Sally

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I use ginger hackle on my Sallies, and I don't usually palmer the hackle, but both flies work. They work very well from mid-May through the end of August on freestone streams.

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Two thumbs up!

Posted on: 2013/2/20 16:57
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