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    That's a nice mixture.You should have some good luck with those.You should tie up a steelhead jig on a #6-8 jig hook with some rubber legs for action.Have a good time and be safe.
  2. would something like this work for you.lot's of flash and great for spring and fall.
  3. man I love the look of those babies.great ties.
  4. this is a pic of what I was talking about.use larger beads for salmon in the fall and smaller ones for dropbacks and browns.<a href="http://photobucket.com" target="_blank"><img src="http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d119/abbra/File0169.jpg" border="0" alt="Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket"></a>
  5. I have had his book for a while and it has helped me a great deal on tying small flies.It gives you insite on how too look at them and how you are going to tye them more efficiently and quickly.
  6. what I use are small beads that are the color of roe and thread them onto a 12lb. test mono and tie those on a #10 caddis hook.loop them aroung the hook untill you are satisfied with the look then add some milty veil material for effect.unbelievable when fish get on them.
  7. beautiful fly.can I ask what the wing is made from.
  8. baitfish pattern I am going put to good use.
  9. nice imitation of a wooly worm.what did you use for the hackle
  10. the coq de leon has a very nice barring look to it.great fly.
  11. that is a beautiful looking fly.what size hook did you use and are the legs done veli auti style.forgive me if the spelling is wrong.
  12. nice looking tye.that will certainly get a trout's attention.
  13. I use moose body hair or microfibbetts.
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