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Trumpy

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    trout
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    http://davidminer.blogspot.com
  1. Good work Frank, I tie many soft hackles myself and find lots of room for individual expression, being an attractor type fly. Also, great fun to fish using light line bamboo rods.
  2. A new addition to the fly pattern database has been submitted by parlltwin: Olive Dahlberg Diver <img src="uploads/img49d669cda4726.jpg">
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    A new addition to the fly pattern database has been submitted by parlltwin: Sunfish
  4. Here's a couple of those gurgleheads tied with furry foam: And another you might try. Can't remember the name of this one, it is simple to tie and effective for smallies. HTH Tight lines, Dave
  5. Josh, Here in Pa. we have good fishing with large Lefty's Decievers, 5 or 6 inches in length. HTH Dave
  6. Chad, have you seen dragonflies flying about your lake? I'll guess the answer is yes. Dragonfly nymphs are long and slender, they are burrowers and good swimmers. There are some really effective dragonfly nymph patterns, some very realistic. Here's a couple versions of Rosboroughs Casual Dress Nymph: it's more impressionistic. If you want to tie this fly the patterns and ingredients are listed in the database here on flytying.com HTH, Tight lines! Dave
  7. Here on the Susquehanna it's hard to beat a Lefty's Deceiver, large fish like it. A Black Zonker tied with a red wool throat is a also an effective fly. These are not bulky flies so they cast very well, good luck on the trip. Dave
  8. Nice one Ray, a versatile tie useful everywhere and in all water. I'm going to tie some of these. Beautiful work Ray! Dave
  9. Thank you Ray, glad you like these. Krystal flash applied to old patterns does seem to give them a boost, wonderful stuff. Dave
  10. Hey Ray, this one is a spin off of "The Grizzly King" and seemed different enough to warrant it's own name. While tying this, the song "Walk Don't Run" came on the radio. Seemed appropriate. I tied four for use this Spring, opening day here in Pa. is this Sat. Thanks for your comment Ray. Dave
  11. Hi, glad you like this one, will it catch fish? Hope so! Thanks for commenting on this Jan.
  12. A new addition to the fly pattern database has been submitted by parlltwin: Walk Don't Run
  13. A new addition to the fly pattern database has been submitted by parlltwin: Little Brook Trout
  14. John, If I owned those they would be framed and displayed, neat that you met him. Dave
  15. Thanks Andrew, appreciate your taking time to comment. Dave
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