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Alc609

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  1. I found these outside a large glass window, bet I flew into it
  2. It is a dubbing I used from Fly Tyers dungeon, I split the thread and added the dubbing and brushed out. It was a practice job. You really think it looks pretty good? I think I need to contrast wing color some, maybe bleached hair
  3. Not yet, just something I been messing with today. I used FTD bug dubbing to have those little rubber legs
  4. Found these on ground today, anyone know what bird they belong to?
  5. First attempt at this type of Adam’s #12 Mustad tail- grizzly and brown body- Adam’s superfine with green and grizzly trimmed hackle poly wings brown and grizzly hackle 8/0 black uni thread
  6. Good article and good information, didn’t know that about mask hair
  7. What type of hair do you find that has the least amount of flair when using as tails or caddis style wings?
  8. Good info! I’ll research his stuff, thanks
  9. The one thing I’ve noticed most, I have a high stress job and I’m 56, when you’re tense you break thread. It forces you to relax to keep from breaking your thread. Normally after about three to four flies, I can start using 14/0 lol
  10. I like that, haven’t thought of using chic a bou
  11. I tried it today, I like it. Haven’t got it in black yet but it dubs great. Also FTD Bill Frawg black works well
  12. I made a travel kit and always try to tie a few ever night, stress relief lol.
  13. The Bull Frawg does float great and dubs great, I would put it right there with Superfine and Fly Rite, the Skeeter fuzz floats well, but a lot harder to work with for me. He has more that I have and use, on scuds, nymphs and buggers
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