>>>What Are You Tying Today? Part V

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dc410

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Hook, thread and one feather (well, two feathers with the pheasant back feather and the attached philo feather). Yep, send it past them and they will eat it.

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Bloody Mary

Soft Hackle

Hook - Mustad Heritage S80AP
Thread - Black
Tag - Gold tinsel
Tail - Golden pheasant tippets
Body - Peacock herl, reinforced
Hackle - Red hen

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Carter Harrison

Winged Wet Fly

Hook - Mustad Heritage S80AP
Thread - Black
Tail - Red hen
Ribbing - Oval silver tinsel
Body - Seal's fur dyed purple
Hackle -Ginger cock hackle
Wing -Teal

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Cheney

Winged Wet Fly

Cheney Albert Nelson

Hook - Mustad S80AP
Thread - Black
Tail - Black hen
Ribbing - Oval gold tinsel
Body - Yellow and red floss
Hackle - Yellow
Wing - Jungle cock

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Black Spring

Soft Hackle

Hook - Mustad Heritage S80AP
Thread - Black or red
Ribbing - Red thread or uni stretch
Body - Black quill from crow or black pheasant tail
Hackle - Starling

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Tauche Tom

Winged Wet Fly

Hook - Mustad Heritage S80AP
Thread - Black
Ribbing - Copper wire
Body - Peacock herl
Throat - Teal
Wing - 1 jungle cock feather tied flat over the body

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Mickey Fin Feather Wing

Hook - Mustad 9672
Thread - Black
Ribbing - Oval silver tinsel
Body - Flat silver tinsel
Wing - Married strands of yellow, scarlet and yellow feather quills
 
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Dirty Hippies
 

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Early morning river bugs and then some ice fishing.
 

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I seem to be on a minnow streamer kick.
This JT style on a 7041 size 10 hook, led wire, white yarn with white marabou, orange thread and UV the head.

How many of each does every typically tie up of each type fly? I shot for 9 or some multiple of 3 more than that. I heard something before that stuck with me. One for me, one for thee and one for the tree. that is why I do multiples of 3. Basically one I fish, one I give away, and one I lose.

I know there may not be a multiple of three show in the pic, i a still tying they up and curing some UV
 

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I seem to be on a minnow streamer kick.
This JT style on a 7041 size 10 hook, led wire, white yarn with white marabou, orange thread and UV the head.

How many of each does every typically tie up of each type fly? I shot for 9 or some multiple of 3 more than that. I heard something before that stuck with me. One for me, one for thee and one for the tree. that is why I do multiples of 3. Basically one I fish, one I give away, and one I lose.

I know there may not be a multiple of three show in the pic, i a still tying they up and curing some UV
If it’s a new pattern that I want to try I typically tie 3 to start. Same theory as you have.
 
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How many of each does every typically tie up of each type fly? I shot for 9 or some multiple of 3 more than that. I heard something before that stuck with me. One for me, one for thee and one for the tree. that is why I do multiples of 3. Basically one I fish, one I give away, and one I lose.
Depends, usually a dozen. I'm just starting to tie for warm water. I finished the first body of a frog pattern that I tie on the Ahrex swim bait hook last night. I already have some tied on the 2/0 swim bait hook and on the size 2 hook. I picked up a bag of the hooks in size 4 at the Fly Tying Symposium back in November. Plan to tie at least a half dozen. They'll look something like this when I finish coloring them and adding eyes and legs.
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Split Ibis

Winged Wet Fly

Hook - Mustad 3399
Thread - Black
Tail - Golden pheasant tippets
Body - Flat silver tinsel
Throat/Hackle - Brown hen
Wing - White, scarlet, white, scarlet married

The Bergman recipe for the wing reads, “white, scarlet, white, scarlet, married”.
Normally in written married wing recipes, the order of components is written from the top down.

Trout - Ray Bergman

Forgotten Flies - Schmookler and Sils
 
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Sabbatus

Hook - Mustad 3399, size 6
Thread - Black
Tip - Scarlet silk floss
Tail - White and black (I used grizzly)
Body - Alternate black and white floss
Hackle - Yellow
Wing - Barred wood duck, kingfisher cheeks (I used hen hackle tips dyed kingfisher)

Trout - Ray Bergman

Forgotten Flies - Schmookler and Sils
 
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