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About shezli

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  1. Beautiful shots and some nice fish.
  2. It looks a lot like the trico that we get here in Minipi. Thankfully I have never chased the fish on these in the lake. That would be a nightmare to try to get a big brook trout on such a small fly! I know some people that fish the spinner falls in other places and use a spinner pattern similar to the one listed. Although instead of one clump tied in for the wing it's 3 small clumps tied in along the shank. Gives the wings a slightly more realistic profile. Tight lines! Seumas
  3. I picked Brook Trout, but I am a bit biased because I guide for them in Labrador. Netted a nice 7 lb male last week! (here's a pic)
  4. I have a renzetti traveler, but if I would get a norvice if I had the dough! I have also been using these garbage knock off regals and I have been thinking of getting a real one for dry flies and other stuff I want to do fast. I find the knock offs are a lot of frustration because they will go loose and pivot around when you want it to the least. (messes with your tension etc.) Cool thread! SheZ
  5. There have been some beautiful flies coming from the vices and I must say that I am impressed. SheZ
  6. Those should catch some nice fish... in style!!! Lovely dressings Rocky.
  7. I am with John and think that it would be great for you to post your flies on the classic forum. I know that there are lots of us there that hunger to see the kind of creativity and skill that you have. P.S. that last fly is another stunner!
  8. Claudia you did a fantastic job on those flies! Enough to take my breath away. You are amazing.
  9. Judging by the overwhelming reaction I may have a lot of work before the fly pattern is finalized. I guess there's no real need to post the updates.
  10. Those look like killer flies! I love the combo of the orange hackle and the green deer hair. You'll surely catch some nice fish on those flies. SheZ
  11. Here's a fly that I am working on designing for a friend who owns some salmon camps. She is a strong personality with a sense of class and determination. The end result may be different but this is where I stand right now. Thanks S
  12. Here's a dry fly that I use primarily as a caddis fly that live in the stringy grass and have green blobs of eggs on their buts. I use the same pattern for a hair winged mayfly as well. It's basically an elk hair caddis with a bit of calf tail as the tail, the hackle is on the forward body and a bit of hearl on the butt (for the egg cluster). Tail: Brown Calf tail Butt: Hearl Body: Tan dubbing Hackle: Brown Wing: Elk Hair Thread: Black One of my favorites for rising trout. I hope you enjoy. Thanks Seumas (aka SheZ)
  13. Cool thanks for the advice guys. The forst here is full of them, being in Labrador, but I'll have to look into the legality of using the .22 on them. I got a nice rouger 10/22 and the snow is melting so they should be out. Thanks again
  14. I'm not sure if that is the tail that I'm looking for.. the red pine squirrels around here have a flat tail, not unlike the fox squirrel only smaller. Thanks for your input Jeff. S
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